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Not able to login to 650-us controller

i ordered a 650-us off ebay and not able to use the web GUI


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Re: Not able to login to 650-us controller


@Handyman1078 wrote:

Im not sure how to update the firmware via the CLI

I purchaced this learn how to configure an aruba net work sence i had so many extra AP's


That is  easy to to as long as you have ip connectivity.

Set up a tftp server (eg. https://tftpd32.jounin.net/) and point it to the directory where you have the new firmware downloaded.

Then from CLI check what partition is currently used:

show image version 

Then just use the copy command to copy the firmware file to, preferably, the other partition.

(Aruba7005b) #copy tftp: 1.1.1.1 ArubaOS_6xx_6.4.4.22_72860 system: partition ?
0                       Partition 0
1                       Partition 1
<cr>

(Aruba7005b) #copy tftp: 1.1.1.1 ArubaOS_6xx_6.4.4.22_72860 system: partition 1

When that is done the controller will tell you to reboot. Reboot and voila.. you should be done.


Koen (ACMX #351 | ACDX #547 | ACCP)

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Not able to login to 650-us controller

probem solved you will need a the updated firmware though

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Re: Not able to login to 650-us controller

How are you trying to access the WebUI?

Could it be that there is configuration on the controller which makes the factory default IP is not reachable?

Do you have access to the serial console port to see the actual configuration and test connectivity?

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Not able to login to 650-us controller

I can login by serial adn feset to factory defaults with the ecteption of the ip config

System name: CurlHomeWiFi
Switch Role: master
VLAN 1 interface IP address: 192.168.1.60
VLAN 1 interface subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
IP Default gateway: 192.168.1.1
Time Zone: PST-8:0
Ports shutdown: no

I am using chrome to access the web GUI by entering 192.168.1.60 I can login but I just get a gray screen

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MVP Guru

Re: Not able to login to 650-us controller

I think to remember that there has been an issue some years ago where browser updates broke the WebUI.

 

What firmware are you running?

Can you upgrade to the latest supported for the 650 (I think that is version 6.4.4.22)?

Can you try different browsers or older versions of them to see if that makes a difference?

 

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Not able to login to 650-us controller

I have used firefox and the same thing 

 

IP Address Name Location Type Version Status Configuration State Config Sync Time (sec) Config ID
---------- ---- -------- ---- ------- ------ ------------------- ---------------------- ---------
192.168.1.60 CurlHomeWiFi Building1.floor1 master 6.1.2.7_31856 up UPDATE SUCCESSFUL 0 2 

Im not sure how to update the firmware via the CLI

I purchaced this learn how to configure an aruba net work sence i had so many extra AP's

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MVP

Re: Not able to login to 650-us controller


@Handyman1078 wrote:

Im not sure how to update the firmware via the CLI

I purchaced this learn how to configure an aruba net work sence i had so many extra AP's


That is  easy to to as long as you have ip connectivity.

Set up a tftp server (eg. https://tftpd32.jounin.net/) and point it to the directory where you have the new firmware downloaded.

Then from CLI check what partition is currently used:

show image version 

Then just use the copy command to copy the firmware file to, preferably, the other partition.

(Aruba7005b) #copy tftp: 1.1.1.1 ArubaOS_6xx_6.4.4.22_72860 system: partition ?
0                       Partition 0
1                       Partition 1
<cr>

(Aruba7005b) #copy tftp: 1.1.1.1 ArubaOS_6xx_6.4.4.22_72860 system: partition 1

When that is done the controller will tell you to reboot. Reboot and voila.. you should be done.


Koen (ACMX #351 | ACDX #547 | ACCP)

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Occasional Contributor I

Re: Not able to login to 650-us controller

probem solved you will need a the updated firmware though

View solution in original post

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