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Re: Resetting IAP 225 to defaults

You should type "show ap image version" to see what ArubaOS code it has.  It could be in the middle of upgrading.


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Re: Resetting IAP 225 to defaults

It keeps going down...
(Aruba7210) #show ap image version ip-addr x.x.x.x
AP is down

Ken
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Re: Resetting IAP 225 to defaults

Does "show log system 50" tell you why it is going up and down?


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Re: Resetting IAP 225 to defaults

It has stayed up now. It has an IP address but still doesn’t show up on the controller.

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Re: Resetting IAP 225 to defaults

How do you know what IP address it got?

Type "show datapath session table <IP address of AP> on the controller command line to see if it is sending any traffic to the controller.

If you do not see any traffic it might be time for the console cable...

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Re: Resetting IAP 225 to defaults

Hi,
Here is what I got.

(Aruba7210) #show datapath session table x.x.x.x


Datapath Session Table Entries
------------------------------

Flags: F - fast age, S - src NAT, N - dest NAT
D - deny, R - redirect, Y - no syn
H - high prio, P - set prio, T - set ToS
C - client, M - mirror, V - VOIP
Q - Real-Time Quality analysis
I - Deep inspect, U - Locally destined
E - Media Deep Inspect, G - media signal
r - Route Nexthop
A - Application Firewall Inspect


Source IP Destination IP Prot SPort DPort Cntr Prio ToS Age Destination TAge Packets Bytes Flags
--------------- --------------- ---- ----- ----- -------- ---- --- --- ----------- ---- --------- --------- ---------------
x.x.12.109 y.y.11.6 17 8211 8222 0/0 0 0 0 0/0/5 9 0 0 FYCI
x.x..12.109 y.y.11.6 17 8211 8211 0/0 0 0 0 0/0/5 9 3 3367 FCI
y.y.11.6 x.x.12.109 17 8211 8211 0/0 0 0 1 0/0/5 9 0 0 FYI
y.y.11.6 x.x.12.109 17 8222 8211 0/0 0 0 1 0/0/5 9 1 134 FI

(Aruba7210) #

Ken
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Re: Resetting IAP 225 to defaults

Okay.  I would type "show ap database" to see if the access point mac address has flags (the name of the AP would be the mac address).

 

I would also type "show log system all" to see if there are any references to that access point.


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