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Hi, It is not possible using template and regarding ZTP, we could do it through Aruba conf...
It is not possible using template and regarding ZTP, we could do it through Aruba config /Instant GUI aswell.
Here we use GUI mode instead template.
If my post addresses your query give kudos:)
These are the availalbe custom wedigets in home overview page. Currently we do not...
These are the availalbe custom wedigets in home overview page.
Currently we do not have feature where we could wirte and create our won widget in Airwave. If you have any new thoughts related to widgets . I would recommand to raise feature request with your requirments.
Hi Carlos, I think the best way to identify root cause is to use the OpenFlow Monitor to v...
I think the best way to identify root cause is to use the OpenFlow Monitor to view the control plane activity. When a switch connects to the controller or a port comes up, you should see a message like this in the OpenFlow monitor. This is what instructs the switch to send a link-discovery packet:
1),maxLen=65535(NO_BUFFER)}],frameSize=70,packet=[ [ETHERNET, LLDP], dst=01:80:c2:00:00:0e, src=70:10:6f:86:67:7f]}
From the directly connected switch, you should see a similar message for PACKET_IN, but I'm guessing you won't see that since the link isn't being discovered.
I've attached another whitepaper (also relevant, but using out-of-date HP branding) which explains some of the caveats to link discovery. Of particular note would be page 4, where some of the Comware differences are explained in regard to how vlan tagging/trunking is handled.
Use expect (like you mentioned) http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Wireless-Access/Sharing...
Use expect (like you mentioned) http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Wireless-Acc
use Airrecorder (Requires Login):
So 650m is supportable with the 277 *IF* a) the RF channel is clean and there's not ...
So 650m is supportable with the 277 *IF*
a) the RF channel is clean and there's not a lot of interference on the resident PtP channel
b) there is good line of sight between the two APs (applies to any PtP though).
Expected throughput should be around ~250Mbps (HT80), 150Mbs (HT40), 100mbps (HT20) for a 277 PtP at 650m.
If you need MORE speed (figure 350Mbps HT80, 200Mbps HT40, and around 100Mbls HT20) *OR* you have a bunch of interference in the area where you need much smaller / narrower antennas to get more RF isolation, the a 274+5314 will be your goal on each end.
The MST200 is an 11n AP (not 11ac) so it will not be as fast, it also is 5Ghz only for mesh, so if ...
The MST200 is an 11n AP (not 11ac) so it will not be as fast, it also is 5Ghz only for mesh, so if you wanted to support an outdoor client SSID, you would need another AP of some kind. Rought throughput is approx 50-90mbps at 650m depending on environment and configuration.