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Contributor I

Aruba Central offline devices after creating DHCP-Server



today I have a question about offline IAP AccessPoints in Aruba Central. Yesterday I configured in the Central Webinterface a new local DHCP Server for the MGMT-Network.


After creating all APs are offline in Central but the function of Wireless Network is working well.


HTTPS://ARUBA-VC is not answering, SSH is OK


so first test was 

no host found

IP-Address same story


AP-09# sh ip route
Kernel IP routing table
Destination     Gateway         Genmask         Flags   MSS Window  irtt Iface         UG        0 0          0 br0   U         0 0          0 br0   U         0 0          0 br0   U         0 0          0 br0


I don´t know what is wrong in my configuration, at last creating dhcp-server


so for testing, I want to delete the dhcp-server but I can only connect via ssh.


my question is how can I delete the dhcp-server for my mgmt-network?


I don´t understand why I cannot ping internet clients. on my switches on the same subnet is ping oder IP-Address OK


Greetings from Germany




Contributor I

Betreff: Aruba Central offline devices after creating DHCP-Server

documentation on you can find




Local—In this mode, the Virtual Controller acts as both the DHCP Server and the default gateway. The
configured subnet and the corresponding DHCP scope are independent of subnets configured in other IAP
clusters. The Virtual Controller assigns an IP address from a local subnet and forwards traffic to both
corporate and non-corporate destinations. The network address is translated appropriately and the
packet is forwarded through the IPSec tunnel or through the uplink. This DHCP assignment mode is used
for the NAT forwarding mode.

I don´t understand how can i delete the dhcp-server on cli

Contributor I

Betreff: Aruba Central offline devices after creating DHCP-Server

you can delete DHCP Scope with

no ip dhcp "profile name"

my mistake was that the profile name was not correct


the profile name is given with


show running-config


ip dhcp profile name
 server-type Local
 server-vlan xxx
 subnet xxx
 subnet-mask xxx
 default-router xxx
 dns-server xxx

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