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Contributor I

Redundancy Configuration

Hi ..

I'm trying to configure Redundancy for Vlan between 2 local controllers ,,, and I set one of them high priority (200) and other controller (150) ,, but all of them become master when I apply it !!?? so access points are divided to 2 local controllers !! as it shown in attached scaeen shots

 

How can I solve that plz ?

 

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Re: Redundancy Configuration

You should:

 

- Uncheck Preemption from both sides

- Set a password on both sides to make sure they are only communicating with each other.

 


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Re: Redundancy Configuration

You should:

 

- Uncheck Preemption from both sides

- Set a password on both sides to make sure they are only communicating with each other.

 


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Contributor I

Re: Redundancy Configuration

I do that .. NO change ! stil both sides are master !

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Re: Redundancy Configuration

Can both sides ping each other?  Is there anything that would be blocking the VRRP advertisements?  Can you make sure that portfast is enabled on your uplink switch on those ports?


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Contributor I

Re: Redundancy Configuration

Yes, each sides can ping other

uplink ports to both sides are enabled

 

but, when i press (apply) it shown me this message (attached screen shot)

Contributor I

Re: Redundancy Configuration

Helloooo ..

Guru Elite

Re: Redundancy Configuration

You should open a TAC case so that they can take a look at your logs.tar.  I am not sure your problem is simple enough to be answered on this forum.


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