Wired

last person joined: yesterday 

Bring performance and reliability to your network with the Aruba Core, Aggregation, and Access layer switches. Discuss the latest features and functionality of the ArubaOS-Switch and ArubaOS-CX devices, and find ways to improve security across your network to bring together a mobile first solution.
Expand all | Collapse all

Configuracion Aruba 2930f

This thread has been viewed 25 times
  • 1.  Configuracion Aruba 2930f

    Posted 6 days ago
    Saludos
    Soy nuevo en esta área y quiero configurar el Aruba 2930f  en un colegio
    1 -- 20 Vlan 40 Computo
    21 -- 25- Prepa Vlan 50 Preparatoria
    26 -- 28 Secundaria Vlan 30 Secundaria
    29 -- 31 Primaria Vlan 20 Primaria
    32 AL 34 Vlan 10 Administración
    Con un balanceador de carga 
    Y un Access point de aruba.-

    Alguna sugerencia se los agradecería por favor ya estuve ilustrándome pero aun así no doy.-

    ------------------------------
    omar castillo
    ------------------------------


  • 2.  RE: Configuracion Aruba 2930f

    Posted 6 days ago
    This makes a lot of assumptions but it might look like this.  There are also a lot of individual settings like time server, name and others.  The good news is that going in from the web and getting a configuration gives you a starting point.  then you can add the vlan configurations, save it as a new configuration then reboot.  Any changes you make are shown in the configuration report.

    vlan 40
         name "Computo"
         untagged 1/1-1/20
         ip address 172.16.40.1 255.255.255.0
         exit
    vlan 50
         name "Prepa"
         untagged 1/21-1/25
         ip address 172.16.50.1 255.255.255.0
         exit
    vlan 30
         name "Secundaria"
         untagged 1/26-1/28
         ip address 172.16.30.1 255.255.255.0
         exit
    vlan 20
         name "Primaria"
         untagged 1/29-1/30
         ip address 172.16.20.1 255.255.255.0
         exit
    vlan 10
         name "Administracion"
         untagged 1/32,1/34
         ip address 172.16.10.1 255.255.255.0
         exit

    I'll add though that this seems like a LOT of config an VLANS if all your running is 1 2930f.  A little context might help.  if this is for a smaller site, I would probably group the VLANS by Teacher computers (wireless and wired) student computers (probably mostly wireless) and admins.  You could use the VLAN tags on the SSID's to create separate the traffic

    ------------------------------
    Christopher Russell
    ------------------------------


  • 3.  RE: Configuracion Aruba 2930f

    Posted 5 days ago
    Saludos
    Gracias por la información
    Ya tengo creadas las Vlans ahora no me da acceso a internet lo tengo conectado por el puerto 47 pero no responde el dns
    Si asigna las ips pero no da el servicio a internet que pudiera ser alguna interface o ip helper eso estuve checando pero no me da resultado los cambios que e echo.


    ------------------------------
    omar castillo
    ------------------------------



  • 4.  RE: Configuracion Aruba 2930f

    Posted 4 days ago
    again, there are a number of unknowns here.  based on my system though, you may need an internet VLAN.  If port 47 isn't on any of the vlans, it wouldn't connect.  so you might need something like 

    VLAN 100
    untagged 1/47
    172.16.100.1 255.255.255.0
    exit

    This VLAN IP range would hold the internal IP address of the router or content filter (if you use an on premise filter).  If the devices are having issues seeing the DNS server/servers, I would add the helpers.  Mine has that.  So for each VLAN, add in:

    ip helper-address 172.16.ip address of DNS.

    could also be some DNS/DHCP settings if your running that.  Once you get into the specific DNS and DHCP settings they are very specific to your configuration.  But I know that for me, I needed the helps to allow communication accross the VLans with the DNS.

    ------------------------------
    Christopher Russell
    ------------------------------