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Setting the radio to spectrum will not allow the AP to serve any clients. It will allow you t...
Setting the radio to spectrum will not allow the AP to serve any clients. It will allow you to do spectrum on all channels that the AP supports.
Enabling the Spectrum checkbox will allow the AP to serve clients, but only do Spectrum on the channel it is currently on (hybrid spectrum)...
IAP 215 does not have inbuilt beacons support, you have to purchase USB power beacons. Aru...
IAP 215 does not have inbuilt beacons support, you have to purchase USB power beacons.
Aruba beacons, small, low-power wireless transmitters that broadcast Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) signals that can be heard and interpreted by iOS and Android devices. For better client location, we need to use device which support BLE and need to enable bluetooth.
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Thank you , Last question. Can you tell me what should be the normal client latency when using just...
Thank you , Last question. Can you tell me what should be the normal client latency when using just IAPs and ALE without BLE?
A high capcity swithing fabric is integrated in the backplane. Therefore it's an active backplane. ...
A high capcity swithing fabric is integrated in the backplane. Therefore it's an active backplane. But the product is designed for redudancy due to fact of dual management and redudant power supplies options. The latency between the ports is also really low. Hope this anwsers your questions. Regards, Dobias
I opened a case with TAC for Aruba IAP325 Ver 220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168_57965 for a similar issue i.e. ...
I opened a case with TAC for Aruba IAP325 Ver 22.214.171.124-126.96.36.199_57965 for a similar issue i.e. IAP 325 running in restricted mode.
IAP1# show ap deb system-status | in POE
Operational State POE-AT: No restrictions (Overridden by LLDP)
Current HW State POE-AF: One Ethernet port disabled; USB port enabled; 1x1 chain for 2.4GHz; 16dBm for 5GHz
LLDP Negotiated POE Power 25.5W
TAC response was not to worry , all is well. The current HW was the staus during bootup. The Operatrion State is what is imortant and it is running with no restrictions.
TAC : " I understand that the IAP is showing POE-AF in the current HW state .As I explained in the earlier mail while booting up the IAP will be in current HW state. When the IAP has negotiated the power with POE switch it will be in the Operational state ."
Hi Aaron, Are you seeing this issue only after upgrading the server to 6.6.x version. Corr...
Are you seeing this issue only after upgrading the server to 6.6.x version. Correct me if i understand worng ,so NAD IP value is missing when you are tyring to filter the NAD IP?
Does all the NAD IP missing or few of them missing?
I would recommand to open TAC ticket for this issue. We need to manually update the NAD IPs in database tables to fix this issue. Only Aruba TAC have full access to the database.
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Where do you look in AirWave for AppRF? Do you want to see from a user specific or overall from you...
Where do you look in AirWave for AppRF? Do you want to see from a user specific or overall from your group of IAP?
On my AirWave, I go to Home > AppRF
Then you have to browse to your IAP folder. It's over the Home button, you should see the Top folder, if you click on it then you should be able to drill down to your IAP folder.
I have the Instant GUI config enable though, I don't know if it's a pre-requisite.