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Pretty sure this is a new one for most of you. I have a IAP-325 with the latest firmware and a Green Mountain Grill that has Wifi capabilities. This setup was previously a Ubiquiti UAP-AC v2 and the grill worked fine. Upgraded to the IAP-325 and the grill will connect to the wifi but the app will not connect. Reconnected the old setup. Works fine. So it has to be the IAP-325. SSID's are same and so is password. I have looked at client isolation and it is not turned on. Is there anything that could be preventing the broadcast from the app? I can ping the grill and i can open the web interface on the grill so i know it has an IP and is connected to wifi. I can see the DHCP requests in the router. When you open the app i assume it does a broadcast looking for the grill.
I'm triyng to authenticate devices using Clearpass MAC Authentication, I have created a static host list containing each mac address and assigned it as Authentication source.
Here you can see some screenshots:
On the other side(7210 controller) I have configured an open SSID with mac authentication enabled. The thing is that I'm not sure which role select on the Access options:
I have tried with several roles but every device that connects to the ssid can connect without problem.
But the Access Tracker shows this:
I'm new on clearpass and mac auth so I ask you for help if I'm missing something else.
Thank you in advance!
Your better off using the Guest Device Repository as Tim mentioned. I just went through this same p...
Your better off using the Guest Device Repository as Tim mentioned. I just went through this same process. Guest Device Repository gives you much more to work with including names, descriptions, and any other custom field you can think of. Plus you can setup Guest Login with custom Admin Privileges to only add/manage/remove devices.
Your service would then look like:
Authenticaiton method: MAC AUTH
Authentication source: Guest Device Repository
Role Mapping - If Authentication Source = Guest Device Repository (or you can use a custom attribute to reference) Assign your Role.
Enforcement - TIPS Role EQUALS Your Role = Enforcement Profile (same as now)
I checked the data sheet, in old models like 330 series and 205H, it says:
"Aruba Instant mode – In Aruba Instant mode, a single AP automatically distributes the network configuration to other Instant APs in the WLAN. Simply power-up one Instant AP, configure it over the air, and plug in the other APs – the entire process takes about five minutes. If WLAN requirements change, a built-in migration path allows 320 series Instant APs to become part of a WLAN that is managed by a Mobility Controller"
And in ordering Guide, there are models with and without instant controller, like "Aruba Instant IAP-334 (RW) 802.11n/ac Dual 4x4:4 MU-MIMO Radio Antenna Connectors 2.5+1 GbE AP" and "Aruba AP-334 802.11n/ac 4x4:4 MU-MIMO Dual Radio Antenna Connectors 2.5+1 GbE AP", it is clear that AP model doesn't have instant controller function.
But in new models like 340 series and 303H, in data sheet:
" Controller-less (Instant) mode – The controller function is virtualized in a cluster of APs in Instant mode. As the network grows and/or requirements change, Instant deployments can easily migrate to controller-based mode."
and in ordering guide, no iAP model anymore.
So do new models support instant controller? It is really confusing.
All newer Aruba AP models are "unified" and support both controller-based and Instant deployments w...
All newer Aruba AP models are "unified" and support both controller-based and Instant deployments with the same device.
Current unified AP models:
- 203H Series Hospitality APs
- 203R Series Remote APs
- 303H Series Hospitality APs
- 360 Series Outdoor APs
- 303 Series Campus APs
- 340 Series Campus APs
- 318 Series Hardened APs
- 370 Series Outdoor APs
You will not find IAP part numbers for these models, but Instant operation is fully supported on the AP ones.
Can someone please let me know a suitable Aruba OS for 7240 Wireless Controllers (ha-mode) that has different AP types (105, 205H, 215, 225 & 305) on it. My current OS code is 18.104.22.168 & has all the above mentioned APs except 305s. I am planning to add a site with 305 AP types to this Wireless Controller.
Hello guys, in Airwave event log each 15 sec is announced: "Restarting service Performance Monitor"
Airwave Performance Monitor Status is OK, but in system -> status
Performance Monitor Ok /var/log/perf_collec
I do get following message, which seams to be responsible for this failure:
Falling through to CORE::exit (31175 - Daemon::PerfCollector): Died at /usr/local/airwave/lib/perl/Mercury/Daemon/PerfCollector.pm line 1200.
Could someone help me to solve my problem, please?
We are installing some 2930F switches in a customer environment, they want all of them to be monitored via SNMP. I haven't been able to download the MIBs for this switch.
Basically, I need to check CPU, memory utilization and environmental variables like fans and temperature, is it possible? I see that the command "show system temperature" doesn't exist, so I can't even check it via CLI.
Could anyone lend a hand here, please?
Greetings! SNMP MIBs can be downloaded from HPE Support (there's one MIB repository for ...
SNMP MIBs can be downloaded from HPE Support (there's one MIB repository for the entire Aruba/HP switching lineup). For the 2930F, that will cover CPU and memory utilization (as well as interface statistics and other common parameters); however, I do not believe this platform has (at present) environmental monitoring statistics accessible from either the CLI or SNMP. I'll check with our team here to find out if there is any method of getting that info.
I can only find version 6.5 on the support site.
Is there a newer version?
I have some APs which were disconnected from Aruba Central minutes ago, I can see the messages in the Notifications page:
Right now I have access to the APs only via Aruba Central, what commands can I use to see the reason of this disconnection?
I am trying to find the best way to start investigating the ugprade to OS 8 without messing with my production environment. We just purchased a mobilty master but i dont have a spare controller sitting around that i can terminate ap's to for testing. To try and keep costs low, i was looking at what my options are. The cheapest virtual appliance seems to run in the neighborhood of $4K, which seems higher then i woud like for just testing stuff. I had never actually looked at them before because it was not something that we needed, but i started looking at the branch controllers. The 7005 is much cheaper and would seemingly meet my needs.
The question is, are the branch controllers just like the regular 7200 series where i can have the 7005 as a local controller managed by the mobility master? If all i want to do is get the configure made on the mobility master so i can test clearpass and get things working before i start migrating my production 7210's to the new system, is there any reason i cant use a 7005 controller?
is there any other advice for setting a dev environment that other people are doing? I know vmware has the vmug advantage program where you can get cheap licenses for lab stuff. It would be great to have something like that for aruba with all the virtual stuff.
We're in the process of installing a new printing service for Apple devices called Wide Area Mobile Print (part of the EveryonePrint solution). The solution runs on a server connected to the wired network at the central office. The server VLAN is trunked to the master controller, and printing works from wireless clients connected to access points on the master controller. If we connect the same client to an AP on a local controller it stops working - the client cannot connect to the printer. There is nothing in our firewall logs, so I suspect that there is something missing in our WLAN config. We have enabled AirPrint on all the controllers.
We are using 7240/7210 controllers running ArubaOS 22.214.171.124