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Forgive me for being a Aruba newbie- we have several Airwave managed clusters (AP315's), that are running 6.5.x firmware. I was looking to upgrade and found a version 8.3 variant of Aruba Instant. What's the difference between the two versions of Aruba Instant? Meaning is there a particular reason to run one or the other version? From what I can determine 8.3 has a longterm EOL, the 6.5 is EOL Aug 2022.
Have you already read the release notes, under "What's new"? There is too much to copy and pa...
Have you already read the release notes, under "What's new"? There is too much to copy and paste here, so I will just attach them.
If you already read the release notes, do you have any questions about them?
6.5 is current Instant software version. 8.3 has just been released weeks ago, and the 8.x versions...
6.5 is current Instant software version. 8.3 has just been released weeks ago, and the 8.x versions will be where the new features will be developed. Over time, you should consider moving to 8.x.
For now, if you have a stable 6.x deployment, I would upgrade to the latest version in 6.x, unless you need features that are only in 8.3 as described in the release notes.
Hi, I am trying to run a report on number of clients and bandwidth used against a single AP, and then the floor of APs to give to a users. Any help appreciated. Thanks, Jadexing
For single AP -> Go to AP/Devices list -> drill down to folder that has the AP in it (don't...
For single AP ->
Go to AP/Devices list -> drill down to folder that has the AP in it (don't drill to the AP itself) -> on the list table, click the Pencil icon on the top right -> check the checkbox next to the AP -> at the top, choose the option to run report -> then select either an existing report definition to use as a template, or create a new report definition.
For multiple APs ->
rinse and repeat the above steps, but make sure the list view includes all the APs. You might try customizing the list view to include 'Floor' to show which APs are on which floor plan to make it easier.
There is probably a simply solution to this but for the life of me, I can't think of what it is.
So the scenario is: We have a remote location with 60'ish IAPs. Mixture of 204s and 205s. We're trying to set up 3 separate SSIDs for the users on 3 separate VLANs...
Data - VLAN 10 - 10.10.10.x - DHCP is network assigned
Voice - VLAN 20 - 10.10.20.x - DHCP is network assigned
Public - VLAN 30 - 10.10.30.x - DHCP is controller assigned
We have a firewall sitting at the edge of the network that is supposed to direct the traffic based upon IP address, 10.10.10.x and 10.10.20.x go over MPLS... 10.10.30.x out the internet connection.
It hasn't worked since we tried setting it up. While investigating the problem, we noticed that the only IP address that the firewall sees is the Master AP (10.10.10.1). So to the firewall, it thinks all traffic is coming from 10.10.10.1. Makes it hard to segregate off the public traffic!
Why is this happening and how do I correct it? Thanks.
I'm having a real tough time trying to find documentation on how to get RADIUS accounting working for controller management. We have 7205 controllers in HA mode and I was able to get RADIUS authentication working properly with our FreeRADIUS server but I cannot find any options to send accounting info (config changes is what I mostly want to capture). There is a checkbox for TACACS accounting but nothing for RADIUS. The only location I see for adding RADIUS accounting is under AAA profiles but I don't see an option to associate a AAA profile with management access. Is syslog the only way to capture this if we're not using TACACS?
Hello, I wondered if someone had encountered this before.
I added a new switch to the device list in clearpass 6.6.9
Very oddly, the publisher rejects the radius requests saying it is an unknown NAD. But it isn't and is correctly set up.
The switch sees the failure on the publisher and moves onto the subscriber, which then allows the authentication as it should do - detecting the device is in the device list.
It seems the publisher is ignoring the new device I entered, does a service need a restart on the publisher perhaps?
Our wifi network includes 195 IAP-305s, about a dozen IAP-315s and one IAP-225. On the 305s and 315s we're running firmware version 126.96.36.199. I checked for an available firmware upgrade and the version that was indicated is 188.8.131.52. Seems like a big jump, unless there's been a change to the versioning procedure. My question is, can/should we move from 184.108.40.206 to 220.127.116.11? If so, do we need the incremental 6.5.x.x versions first?
Thanks for any info.
"IAP-335 Supports up to 1,733 Mbps in the 5 GHz band (with 4SS/VHT80 or 2SS/VHT160"
I have 2x iap-325 + 1x iap-335 (18.104.22.168_64659)
How can I activate / use the maximum channel width 160Mhz?
If the Windows client is connected to the IAP-335, the connection speed will not increase.
Intel AC-9260 (Driver 22.214.171.124)
There is only the option 80Mhz!?
Having problem with Clearpass.
I can get clearpass to change the port to a trunk, but the native vlan is the access vlan thats configured on the cisco switch, i need to change that, any idea?
The Vlan the port is on is 45 and need to change the port to trunk and native vlan 10.
tried with a standard vlan enforcement but that just override the trunk configuration.
Campus upgrade 3200/AP125 to 7205/AP315
We currently run 2 (primary/Secondary) 3200 controllers with 22 AP 125 access points, and 2 AP 135 access points. We will be migrating to 2 AP7205 controllers with 24 AP 335 access points. We will also eventually add 6 AP 325 Air Monitors. We also have an AMP installation.
AP 125 supports up to 6.4 AP 135 requires 6.5
We do have ADP active, but generally manually add our access points. We are not using Certificate management, but may add that after the upgrade. Also we are monitoring for rogue AP's, and have a guest network installation run by the controller.
The controllers have direct lan access to the network the AP's reside on.
What is the best path to take for this upgrade. Can we run both controllers at the same time, with communication between them, or do we need to do a complete failover?
Any advice would be appreciated.
No worries! So my suggestion of configuring the 7205's with AOS 6.4.x is only to connect them ...
No worries! So my suggestion of configuring the 7205's with AOS 6.4.x is only to connect them to the existing 3200 allows automatic migration the configuration (you can always do this manually if you wish....). Once the 7205 have their configuration then disconnect them and treat them as their own deployment, so convert them into master/local or master/master. Then you can proceed to upgrade to AOS 6.5.x and start with the 3xx AP's.
For testing purposes simply provision a single 3xx AP to the 7205 controller's and test. When you have completed your UAT, replace the 125,105 with the 3xx and shutdown the existing 3200.
Apologies if this has been answered before, but I'm at a bit of a loss on finding a functional USB to MicroB console cable for the new IAP-345.
I've tried two vendors standard cables, neither of which functioned correctly.
I found the AP-CBL-SERU article which indicates that a different pin order was used. The document found indicated that Arubas (orange) console cable is using Red/Black/Green/White USB-A to Micro-B.
However, Industry standard looks to be Red/White/Green/Black.
Does anyone know where I can acquire this console cable? I've got staging vendors I'm trying to make sure are outfitted to provision/t-shoot these APs but it doesn't really matter unless I can find a console cable that works.
Any leads appreciated!
The console port on the AP-345 (and most other indoor Aruba AP platforms) is NOT industry standard....
The console port on the AP-345 (and most other indoor Aruba AP platforms) is NOT industry standard.
To use the interface you'll need the custom/proprietary Aruba console cable AP-CBL-SERU (JY728A).