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8.3 config "aaa profile is in use"

Removing configurations is MM is difficult. I get a lot of "aaa profile is in use" and similar. Is there a methodical way to find and remove all configurations details that are inserted by 8.3 OS to delete a wlan? And in what order? Which level of heirarchy?

Auth > Auth Servers

Auth > Auth Servers > Options

System > Admin > Admin Auth Servers

System > Profiles > WLAN > SSID Profile

WLANs

Auth > L2 Auth > WLAN > 802.1x

System Profiles > WLAN > 803.1x Auth Profile

System > Profiles > WLAN > AAA Profile

System Profiles > WLAN > Virtual AP profile

AP Groups

System Profiles

 

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Re: 8.3 config "aaa profile is in use"

It might be annoying, but SSH into the MD and type:

 

show references aaa profile <name of aaa profile>

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Re: 8.3 config "aaa profile is in use"

I'm looking at a top level node under Managed Network
(ArubaMMC) [CSU] (config) #aaa profile ?
default
default-dot1x
default-dot1x-psk
default-iap-aaa-profile
default-mac-auth
default-open
default-tunneled-user
default-xml-api
eduroam

(ArubaMMC) [CSU] (config) #no aaa profile eduroam
AAA Profile "eduroam" is in use.

(ArubaMMC) [CSU] (config) #show references aaa profile eduroam
The commands for applications run on MM need to be executed on /mm tree.
The commands for applications run on individual devices need to be executed on the device node in 'mdconnect' mode.

So it's used in /md/CSU but where?

Thanks


Jim Farnell
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Jim.farnell@colostate.edu
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Re: 8.3 config "aaa profile is in use"

You should SSH into any MD (not the MM) and run that command..


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Contributor I

Re: 8.3 config "aaa profile is in use"

I was able to delete the aaa profile today from the GUI under system > profiles >  wireless lan > aaa > eduroam. Kept getting the 'profile in use' before. Okay now. Thanks.

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