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HA MODE IN ACTIVE - ACTIVE setup

I want to configure two controller in active-active mode. How would I configure it & how would I configure same license in both controller .

 

Please tell me the configuration in step by step 

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Re: HA MODE IN ACTIVE - ACTIVE setup

Hi, 

 

Why don't you use the cluster function in AOS 8. This will bring Active-Active mode with even more features like AP and User Load Balancing. 

There are many guides out there describing cluster setup. 


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Re: HA MODE IN ACTIVE - ACTIVE setup

Please have a look at the ArubaOS 8 Fundamentals Guide: https://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Controller-Based-WLANs/ArubaOS-8-Fundamentals-Guide/ta-p/428914

 

It details all the options regarding your controller architecture for both ArubaOS 6.x and 8.x.

 

The 'best' setup would be to buy a Mobility Master (MM), which can be a virtual machine, and have it manage 2 Mobility Controllers (MC).

The MM will allow you to cluster the 2 MC's and have it automatically load balance AP's and users across the MC cluster.


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Re: HA MODE IN ACTIVE - ACTIVE setup

would I have to configure VRRP IP in case of ACTIVE-ACTIVE configuration. 

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Re: HA MODE IN ACTIVE - ACTIVE setup

That all really depends on how you deploy everything.

Typically, yes, but it is not a hard requirement.


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