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ArubaOS configuration parameters not displayed

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  • 1.  ArubaOS configuration parameters not displayed

    Posted Mar 31, 2020 10:23 AM



    When configuring our AOS 8 network we applied needed "rf dot11g/a-radio-profile" settings on Nested Child node level (not Parent Child). Settings for eirp-min and eirp-max are: 9dBm(g)/15dBm(a) and 12dBm(g)/18dBm(a).


    As expected Min EIRP for 2.4GHz, and max EIRP for 5GHz are both having blue dot next to them (as being different from values in Parent Child).


    What is confusing is that the only values we can see in CLI (issuing  are those of changed EIRP settings (e.g. in dot11g profile there is only "eirp-min 9" appearing, and in dot11a there is only "eirp-max 18"). Can someone tell us how can both min and max values be displayed?

  • 2.  RE: ArubaOS configuration parameters not displayed
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    Posted Mar 31, 2020 10:27 AM

    Default values will not show in the CLI. Min/Max 2.4 is 6 and 12, by default. Min/Max for 5 is 15 and 21 by default.



  • 3.  RE: ArubaOS configuration parameters not displayed

    Posted Mar 31, 2020 10:35 AM

    Thanks for clarifying it Dustin, appreciated. As they used to show in 6.x I was expecting to see them now as well. Do you know whey are default values not included in CLI output (was it part of some Great Plan, or just one of those things :-)).

  • 4.  RE: ArubaOS configuration parameters not displayed

    Posted Mar 31, 2020 10:42 AM

    Default values can change from one code version to another for many reasons. Much like CLI output on many manufacturers, default values usually do not show up in the output of "show run" or show config" types of outputs to reduce the amount of data displayed. 


    Just a side note. A great command to use in AOS 8 for showing config in the cli would be "show config effective detail" at a a given level. This will show you whats configured at that level, and whats inherited and from where.



    wlan tsm-req-profile default # inherited from [/]
    wlan ht-ssid-profile default # inherited from [/md/Home-Lab]
    no 40MHz-enable # /md/Home-Lab/Virtual-Cluster
    no very-high-throughput-enable # /md/Home-Lab/Virtual-Cluster
    no 80MHz-enable # /md/Home-Lab/Virtual-Cluster