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Aruba Central Issues

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  • 1.  Aruba Central Issues

    Posted 10 days ago

    Good afternoon,

    I am attempting to move my company off of the old AOS 8.5 and into Aruba Central AOS10. Our Current setup is: 1 Mobility Master, 2 Virtual Controllers, and 185 APs (315s and 515s). The new setup will be: 2 Gateways (Clustered), and 185 APs. I was able to successfully get one AP enrolled in Central successfully and working in our environment. However, as soon as I added two more, we started to see issues with our current AOS 8.5 environment. The Virtual controllers and APs start going up and down and clients are unable to join the wireless, this happens after about 2-3 hours after the Aruba Central APs have been plugged in. The Aruba Central APs are unaffected by this issue. As soon as I turn the Aruba Central APs off the issues go away. Our goal is to keep both environments running at the same time to avoid down time in our warehouse.  Any help would be awesome on this because I am stumped at this point. I have contacted Aruba support be they haven't been able to narrow down what the issue is at this point.



  • 2.  RE: Aruba Central Issues

    EMPLOYEE
    Posted 10 days ago

    there is this AOS10 migration guide which could help in planning.



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  • 3.  RE: Aruba Central Issues
    Best Answer

    Posted 3 days ago

    This issue was resolved by putting all Aruba Central APs in a different VLAN than the Aruba 8.5 OS APs.