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Aruba Mobility Master and VMC installation

Hello Team,

 

Based on the Aruba Mobility Master and VMC installation guide we need seperate vmnic for the traffic is any specific reason for that ?

 

If we have one vmnic that is 10G can we do 3 virtual or 1 virtual if the 10G interface is enough ?

 

Thank you

Guru Elite

Re: Aruba Mobility Master and VMC installation

They both only require a single interface.  A second interface is an option, but not necessary.


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Re: Aruba Mobility Master and VMC installation

Hello,

 

Thank you for your quick response, the why for the 

MC-VA-32 in the installation quide requires 3 data ports, 1 mgmt port ? 

and also in the screenshots it installs 3 physical vmnic ?

Also please clarify the one you say it need must be dedicated physical vmnic or can be a shared vmnic and just create a virtual for the VM ?

 

Thank you

Guru Elite

Re: Aruba Mobility Master and VMC installation

Please provide a link to the Installation guide you are referring to and the page so I can take a look.


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Re: Aruba Mobility Master and VMC installation

Hello,

 

Here it is :

https://support.arubanetworks.com/Documentation/tabid/77/DMXModule/512/Default.aspx?EntryId=32542

 

The below guide:

 

ArubaOS 8.3.0.0_Virtual Appliance Installation Guide.pdf

 

Thank you

Re: Aruba Mobility Master and VMC installation

The three separate vmnics are used just as an example but are not required. 

The virtual network interfaces (1 mgmt and 3 data) are created by default and should be left there, do not delete them. You can disable them and just use network adapater 2 as your gig0/0/0 (mapping is network adapter 1 = mgmt, network adapter 2-4 = gig0/0/0-2, respectively). 

 

Jerrod Howard
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Re: Aruba Mobility Master and VMC installation

Hello Jerrod,

 

Thank you for your answer, it has been very clear now but one more question as i am new in the VM enviroment.

It is requirement to have dedicated vmnic per  VMM and dedicated per VMC mashine ?

Can i have shared vmnic with other VM's (servers) ? or at least one vmnic for all my mobility VM's ?

 

Thank you.

 

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