10-24-2018 07:56 AM
I am new to setting up Aruba Wireless network and I am setting up different Controllers for the first time. We have a few 7005 controllers that we would like to test in a lab environment and then move to production.
But before I plug the 7005 controllers into a production network I will need to change the IP address currnelty associated with interface VLan-99. I will also need to change the ip default gateway as well.
Question1: How can I change the IP inforamtion for interface vlan 99 without resetting the controller back to factory default settings?
Question2: How can I change the IP default-gateway to a different IP address without resetting the controller back to factory default settings?
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10-24-2018 08:13 AM - edited 10-24-2018 08:14 AM
1) Change the IP address of a VLAN interface
(Aruba620) (config) #interface vlan 99 (Aruba620) (config-subif)#ip address [IP ADDRESS] [SUBNET MASK]
2) Default gateway
(Aruba620) (config) #ip default-gateway [IP ADDRESS]
3) If you need to change the management VLAN of the controller to use VLAN 99:
(Aruba620) (config) #controller-ip vlan 99
If you need to delete any of the existing IPs (such as default gateway) use the #no statement before
(Aruba620) (config) #no ip default-gateway 188.8.131.52
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Re: How to change an Aruba 7005 Controller's IP address
10-24-2018 08:48 AM - edited 10-24-2018 08:50 AM
Very good!! It is the same as changing the IP informatin on an HP ProCurve Ethernet Switch. I wanted to verify that was the case with somenoen that has actually done it before.
Let me ask will I need to remove the IP address first? By typeing 'no ip <ipaddress> <sbnet mask><enter>
Then write memory and tthen type the new IP address in via your instructions