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7220 Controller and OSPF%0D%0A

We have a new 7220 Controller and we are generally a Cisco house for routers and switches. We recently discovered that something in our new controller is causing our routes to reconverge and don't know where to look. Any thoughts?


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Re: 7220 Controller and OSPF%0D%0A

Without knowing anything about your problem besides what you typed, If you have a problem with it, disable it.  Put in static routes and then put the OSPF configs interface by interface until you find out what the problem is.  There is nothing wrong in general with OSPF, but it has a very specific use case and in most situations not necessary.


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Re: 7220 Controller and OSPF%0D%0A

Do you have OSPF enabled on your controller?  Disable it...


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Re: 7220 Controller and OSPF%0D%0A

All of our routers are setup to use OSPF and all of the 7220 controllers are as well. Can you tell me more about why I need to disable OSPF on the controllers?

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Re: 7220 Controller and OSPF%0D%0A

Without knowing anything about your problem besides what you typed, If you have a problem with it, disable it.  Put in static routes and then put the OSPF configs interface by interface until you find out what the problem is.  There is nothing wrong in general with OSPF, but it has a very specific use case and in most situations not necessary.


*Answers and views expressed by me on this forum are my own and not necessarily the position of Aruba Networks or Hewlett Packard Enterprise.*
ArubaOS 8.5 User Guide
InstantOS 8.5 User Guide
Airheads Knowledgebase
Airheads Learning Videos
Remote Access Point Solution Guide
ArubaOS Consolidated Release Notes
ArubaOS 8 ViA VPN Solution Guide

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