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additional ISP configuration

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  • 1.  additional ISP configuration

    Posted May 22, 2023 01:53 PM

    Hello.
    I am trying to configure an additional ISP connection outside of our firewall for testing.  Our production traffic traverses a PC out which is comprised of GE 002 and 003.  When configuring the interface GE 001 for this connection as an access port, the UI wants to include GE 002 as a port member. The UI will not let me configure port 0/0/1 as the sole member, the system throws an "illegal operation" error.  I do not want a PC just an access port connecting to the ISP managed router.  Is it even possible to configure this second ISP path for specific WLAN testing?



  • 2.  RE: additional ISP configuration

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted May 26, 2023 11:37 AM

    You should be able to have a separate ISP if you put the clients on separate VLANs for each of your ISPs.
    It should not be an issue to configure a controller with Gig0/0/0 in one VLAN and Gig0/0/1 in another. Not sure why that doesn't work for you.
    Please work with your Aruba Partner or Aruba Support as with just this description it is hard to determine what is exactly going on.



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