Thanks for your reply!
Much appreciated.If I do find out about how RAPs work over StarLink I will post information here against my original post.
Thank you for your post
I'm not an ARUBA equipment specialist.This product was supplied to us by our client as part of an H24 industrial surveillance since 2014 between our company (Métropole France) and Guyana (Kourou).
I spoke to the client yesterday, and he explained:
Once a RAP box is controlled by the VPN concentrator it is no longer administratable locally (to my knowledge).
It is not possible to retrieve logs on it.
At the concentrator level it is possible to see connection logs and possibly to identify the problems encountered.
In terms of operation the case just mounts a secure connection between it and the concentrator.
This is IPSEC protocol (TCP/UDP 4500 and TCP/UDP 500).
However, if our RAP can no longer contact the concentrator for an unknown reason, the log of the hub will be useless.
I was wondering if the RAP contacted a site as part of some validation before establishing the VPN.... ?
As an attachment, the block diagram.
Hello Joseph,Thank you so much for your post.This is a RAP-3WNP. I saw this connector under the case and I thought it should be used for a console. The idea of going through this connector to get info is very attractive.If one is in the traditional, one should be on RS232 n.8.1 to 9600bds.I found the position of the Pins on the internet, so no problem to establish a connection with a terminal, but the problem is to know the commands to send to see the logs...