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Occasional Contributor II

AP-335 and AP-325 active / standby

I would like to know if I can put both enet0 an enet1 in active state to get more throughput? I have LAG'd the corresponding switchports in which the AP is plugged in. 

 

Currently when I look at monitoring / all APs in the controller I see enet0 active / enet 1 standby.

 

Is it possible on the controller to set this to active /active?

Re: AP-335 and AP-325 active / standby

Yep. Have you followed the guide and enabled the AP LACP stripping IP, LMS & GRE IPs?

 

http://www.arubanetworks.com/techdocs/ArubaOS_64x_WebHelp/Content/ArubaFrameStyles/AP_Config/LACP_Support_on_AP_220.htm


Cheers
James
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Re: AP-335 and AP-325 active / standby

Yes.

Controller IP = 10.0.0.200

In AP / AP-System / LACP_Prof / LMS Settings / LMS IP = 10.0.0.200

In AP / AP-System / AP LACP LMS map / 

-- GRE IP = 10.0.0.0.201

-- LMS = 10.0.0.200

 

I get this upon apply

Warning: Striping IP will be applied to an AP only if LMS IP in its ap-system-profile matches LMS IP here.

Re: AP-335 and AP-325 active / standby

Is 10.0.0.0.201 an address associated with the controller as well?


Cheers
James
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Re: AP-335 and AP-325 active / standby

Other than the GRE setting, no it is not.

Re: AP-335 and AP-325 active / standby

OK good. 


Is your switch providing 802.3af or 802.3at PoE?

 

If only 802.3af then the AP shut enet1 down I believe.


Cheers
James
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Occasional Contributor II

Re: AP-335 and AP-325 active / standby

Finally back on site. Yes, AT power. Switches are trunked (port 1 & port 2 = trk1, an so on). The port that are plugged into AP335, both port active. Ports that are plugged into AP325, one active, the other not).

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Re: AP-335 and AP-325 active / standby

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