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"All Profiles" documentation?

  • 1.  "All Profiles" documentation?

    Posted May 24, 2019 02:20 PM

    I have an Aruba Mobility Controller 7210, running ArubaOS


    I've been using this system for a while (about 2.5 years, between admin-ing all the other network gear in my environment), but there are so many pieces to everything that I can't really get my head around the big picture.


    I was wondering if there are any diagrams that show the parent/child relationships between all of the profiles (listed under Configuration > Advanced Services > All Profiles) ?


    I’m trying to wrap my head around how all of the profiles work together, and I would think that having some sort of visual would go a long way to learning how everything fits together.


    Thank you!!

  • 2.  RE: "All Profiles" documentation?

    Posted May 24, 2019 03:34 PM

    show  profile-hierarchy

  • 3.  RE: "All Profiles" documentation?

    Posted May 25, 2019 12:29 PM



    That post has a screen shot from one of the Aruba Presentations for linkages, and it also has references to a fantastic tool called "VisualCfg" that will build a map of your entire config. It helped greatly after I cleaned up several years worth of configs/test configs to show the current state/linkages of our config.

  • 4.  RE: "All Profiles" documentation?

    Posted May 26, 2019 07:39 PM

    Two years ago I wrote an OS 6 book. As part of it, I made 15 of the PDFs from the book available for free, as I thought they should be given away. If you go to www.westcott-consulting.com you can download them. You will be signing up for my mailing list (which I rarely use) but you can remove yourself from the list. You will receive an email (it may go to junk) that will download the files. In there I created some VAP profile flows that might help. It does not have all of the profiles.


    I hope this helps,