I just got an Aruba IAP-225 (powered via an adapter) connected it to a Cisco 3560G switch via a 2 x 1Gb Port-channel configuration. On the Cisco side the LACP is set to active. On the AP side I see int Bond0 that is up/up and I'm able to connect via the wireless.
Cisco Core Switch (IOS 15.02):
Vlan2 - WLAN_MGNT 10.10.20.0/24
Vlan10 - WLAN_MGNT 10.10.100.0/24
Vlan20 - WLAN_MGNT 10.10.200.0/24
Vlan25 - WLAN_MGNT 10.10.250.0/24
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk native vlan 2
IAP225 (Aruba 6.3)
native vlan 2 (changed int he configs)
Data - Vlan 10
Voice - Vlan 20
Guest - Vlan 25
1. I started testing the failover feature and what I noticed is that when I disconnect eth0 port then the uplink to the switch goes down. If I unplug eth1 then the connection remains.
(Is this a known behavior?)
2. When the port-channel is up I see Mac address flaps on the switch.
(What is the recommended load-balancing algorithm to use?)
3. I'm able to ping the Virtual ip (10.10.20.100) address from the switch (10.10.20.1) but I cannot ping the physical ip (10.10.20.254) address of the AP. Is there something on the AP that I might have missed?
I appreciate any input regarding this setup
Andrei Patergin CCNP
I'm using the power supply (AC Adapter), no POE and no POE Injector.
Andrei Patergin (CCNP)
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