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Inteherited vs local configurations on MC's

I have 2 MC's that have a mixed configuration.

 

Most of the configuraiton is inherited from the /MD/xx node-hierarchy.

 

Some is configured locally.

 

Is there an easy way to strategically restore the inheritance for a few things for example "wlan ssid-profile" or "wlan virtual-ap"?

 

 

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Re: Inteherited vs local configurations on MC's

Type "show configuration node-hierarchy"

type "CD <name of your node>"

If you type "show configuration committed" at that level, it will tell you everything you have configured only at that node.


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Re: Inteherited vs local configurations on MC's

Thank you... that helped remove some of those changes on the individual controller.

 

Should NTP settings be set in the /md/controller and inherited down at the actual MC?  or actually set on the MC?

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Re: Inteherited vs local configurations on MC's

If all controllers need to have the same ntp server, it can be created as high up as /md.


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Re: Inteherited vs local configurations on MC's

As Cjoseph stated, settings such as NTP can be set as high up as /md, however it is generally recommended that you do not make changes at the /md level. Create an organizational group node below /md and make your global settings at that level. Such as /md/<company name>/<location>/ and then in the location group node you would then have your device nodes. Your global settings would be made at /md/<company name>. With a Mobility Master (MM) you can have a maximum hierarchy depth of 4 group node levels, eg. /md/level1/level2/level3/level4/devicenode.

 

I hope this helps,

David
Sr. Trainer and Author of "Understanding ArubaOS: Version 8.x" book
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