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ArubaOS 8.6 - Standalone Master/Standby High-Availabilty

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  • 1.  ArubaOS 8.6 - Standalone Master/Standby High-Availabilty

    Posted May 08, 2023 09:49 AM


    I am migrating from 6.5 to 8.6 and am trying to setup VRRP with HA-Fast Failover.  My topology is basic and much like 6.X, two standalone controllers with one acting master, and one acting standby.  I am not using Mobility Master.

    I have VRRP and master redundancy up and running but now I am trying to setup HA Fast Failover as per the documentation I have read.

    Perhaps I am missing but I do not see any HA options under the top level of my configuration hierarchy and I am only able to configure HA Group and HA Membership on my master node (Configuration > Redundancy > High Availability).  These settings of course do not get applied to my Standby node and I am unable to join the HA Group on my standby node.  If I login to my Standby node directly I do not see any HA options, and if I try to join the group in the CLI it tells me the command is not supported.

    Can anyone provide insight on to how to get HA Fast Failover working in a two standalone controller environment with master redundancy?  Is it even possible?