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ArubaOS 8.x MM-VA sizing

Hi,

 

If I buy MM-VA-50 (Which supports 50 APs, 500 Clients, 5 Controllers) and than need to expand more, can I buy additional MM-VA-50 license and increase the total limit to 100 APs, 1000 Clients and 10 Controllers? Or the MM-VA licensing does not work that way so I need to upgrade directly to MM-VA-500?

 

Regards,

 

Rahman


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Re: ArubaOS 8.x MM-VA sizing

You can add more on top of your existing

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Re: ArubaOS 8.x MM-VA sizing

You can add more on top of your existing

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Victor Fabian
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Re: ArubaOS 8.x MM-VA sizing

So if I have 70 AP and 3 VMC, I have to buy a VA MM 50 and 23 licenses, or with 2 VA MM 50 in addition to having the 100 licenses I have also redundancy of the MM?

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Re: ArubaOS 8.x MM-VA sizing

Make sure you resize your VMM so that it's larger than the VA-MM-50, and then you could install two of the MM 50 licenses.


Charlie Clemmer
Aruba Customer Engineering

Re: ArubaOS 8.x MM-VA sizing

Hi

 

The MM-VA only comes in sizes :

 

50, 500,1K,5K or 10K. So no 23 License!

 

You need 2 times a 50 license to create one VMM with 100 licenses for MDs.

AFAIK there is no license needed for a redudant VMM

 

 

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Re: ArubaOS 8.x MM-VA sizing

How do I resize my VMM?

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Re: ArubaOS 8.x MM-VA sizing

You shut down  the VM and change the RAM or CPU on the VM.  The MM should detect the change it when it boots back up.


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Re: ArubaOS 8.x MM-VA sizing

Thanks that worked!

What about hard drive space? I increased the Hard drives of the two disks and it doesn't seem to recognize that they where increased. Is there a script or command that will allow the VM to use the increased space?

 

Thanks,

 

Derek

 

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Re: ArubaOS 8.x MM-VA sizing

Add a new drive at the increased side. The VM will detect the new larger drive and will format and migrate data to that drive.


Charlie Clemmer
Aruba Customer Engineering
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Re: ArubaOS 8.x MM-VA sizing

check my post, it includes the right way to change the HDD disk size!

 

https://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Wireless-Access/Warning-after-deploying-a-OVA-OVF-MM-VA-5K/m-p/494143

 

Cheers,

Cheers, Frank
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