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Equivalent command for Aruba

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  • 1.  Equivalent command for Aruba

    Posted Apr 23, 2021 06:09 AM
    Hello team,
    What will be the equivalent Aruba command for below cisco command

    switchport mode access
     switchport port-security
     switchport port-security violation protect
     storm-control broadcast level 10.00
     storm-control unicast level 5.00




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    Shivam Ojha
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  • 2.  RE: Equivalent command for Aruba

    Posted Apr 24, 2021 03:49 AM
    Refer to this link, maybe it is helpfull: https://arubase.club/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/CLI_Reference_Guide_for_ArubaOS-CX_ArubaOS-Switch_Comware_and_Cisco_IOS.pdf


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    Shpat
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  • 3.  RE: Equivalent command for Aruba

    Posted Apr 25, 2021 02:34 AM
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    Hi,

    switchport mode access :- switch(config)# interface [port number]
                                                  switch(port number)# untagged vlan [vlan id]


    Storm Control :- switch(config)# interface [port number]
                                 switch(port number)# rate-limit bcast in present [  ]
                                switch(port number)#rate-limit unknown-unicast in present [ ]

    Port Security :- switch(config)#port-security [port number] ? 

    and also you can use that CLI referance guide for more configurations

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    Tharindu Pamoda
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  • 4.  RE: Equivalent command for Aruba

    Posted Apr 26, 2021 12:02 PM
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    Hi,

    switchport mode access :- Switch(config)(eth-1/B1)# untagged vlan [vlan ID]

    storm-control broadcast & Multicast  :-  Use rate-limit command inside the interface 

    switchport port-security :- "switch(config)#port-security [port number]" after this command you can find the other option . 

    And also in here i attached the Guide of CLI Reference in Aruba and Cisco 




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  • 5.  RE: Equivalent command for Aruba

    Posted Apr 26, 2021 12:02 PM
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    Hi,

    switchport mode access :- switch(eth-1/b1) untagged vlan [vlan id]

    storm-control :- you can use  "rate-limit" command inside the interface

    switch(eth-1/b1)# rate-limit ?

    switchport port-security :- switch(config)#port-security [port number] ?


    For any other configuration please refer the Aruba CLI Referance Guide 

     


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    Tharindu Pamoda
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  • 6.  RE: Equivalent command for Aruba

    Posted Apr 26, 2021 12:03 PM
    Hi,

    switchport mode access :- switch(config)# interface [port number]
                                                  switch(port number)# untagged vlan [vlan id]


    Storm Control :- switch(config)# interface [port number]
                                 switch(port number)# rate-limit bcast in present [  ]
                                switch(port number)#rate-limit unknown-unicast in present [ ]

    Port Security :- switch(config)#port-security [port number] ? 


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    Tharindu Pamoda
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  • 7.  RE: Equivalent command for Aruba

    Posted Jul 06, 2021 12:43 PM

    Hey Buddy.

    Not sure if these are equivalent commands, but the set up below is how I got it working.

     

    Igmp filter-unkown-multicast

    Igmp fastlearn *Port-Range*                                 (eg. 1/1-1/46)

    Igmp lookup-mode ip

    Jumbo ip-mtu 9000

    VLAN 691

                  Name "What Ever"

                  Tagged *Trunk Port*

                  No ip address

                  Ip igmp

                  Jumbo

                  Exit

     

     

    Obviously the running config on the switch has a lot more in it, these are the bits I figured out to get the multi cast devices working.

    The Clock source browser bit just syncs the switch clock with your web browser, since we use ntp this could just be omitted.

    Reading through the documentation on both switches trying to learn about Multicast, I think I am correct in saying the "immediate leave" bit on the Cisco is the same as "Fastlearn" on the Aruba. It sounded similar anyway.

    I hope this helps, if you have any other questions, give us a shout.

    If anyone thinks I'm wrong and wants to shoot me down, please do. I'd prefer to get it right and in no way consider myself an expert on the subject.



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  • 8.  RE: Equivalent command for Aruba

    Posted Jul 07, 2021 01:13 AM

    I haven't seen the question asked - which Aruba switch family?  Probably not MAS (Mobility Access Switch), but could be AOS-Switch (legacy ProCurve) or AOC-CX (new switches). Very different commands between the three. 


    the replies I read are for AOS-Switch or ProCurve. If that's what you have, you're heading in the right direction. 


    if 6100, 6200, 6400, 8300, or 8400 family, let me know and I can set you up for that. Examples include

    interface 1/1/1
      no routing
      no shutdown
      power
      vlan trunk native 10
      vlan trunk allow 10,11,13,100
      exit

    If you're working with AOS-CX and provide the model, I can help out. 



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    Timothy Leadbetter
    ACMP, ACSP, ACCA
    CWNA, CWDP
    ECSE-Design
    Not a current HPE/Aruba Employee
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