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Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Internal DB Limitations

Hi everyone!

 

We have a 7005 Aruba controller with ArubaOS 6.5.0.3, in the internal DB we add 52 users (4 guests for tests, and the others employee MAC address devices), but we're experiencing some troubles when adding new employee user/device to the internal DB, and connecting to the SSID (we only use MAC auth due small amount of users) the controller send an error message (like if were redirecting to a captive portal but there isn't one) and that cannot authenticate the user.

 

I believe this could be the "logon" initial role, but that's the one the controller assign when using the wizard for the creation of the WLAN, but there is also the quantity of users, if I delete one of the created useres (guest or employee), the new one can connect with no problem.

 

I hope you can guide me in order to solve this issue.

 

Greetings

Regular Contributor I

Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Internal DB Limitations

in which document we can check over these internal-db limits on various controller models?

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Contributor I

Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Internal DB Limitations

Hi possibleyp, 

 

Usually you can check it on the product Data Sheet. I was experiencing some bad configuration issues, so that I created this post.

 

Regards

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Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Internal DB Limitations

What is the maximum whitelist-DB entries for 7240 controllers?

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Re: Aruba Controller 7010 Internal DB Limitations

32000


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