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Locating the controller serial number

cluster1::> system show -instance Node: fas8080-41-42-01 Owner: Location: RTP 1.5 Model: FAS8080 Serial Number: 123451234511 Asset Tag: - Uptime: 143 days 23:46 NVRAM System ID: xxxxxxxxx System ID: xxxxxxxxxx Vendor: NetApp Health: true Eligibility: true Differentiated Services: false All-Flash Optimized: false Node: fas8080-41-42-02 Owner: Location: RTP 1.5 Model: FAS8080 Serial Number: 123451234512 Asset Tag: - Uptime: 144 days 00:08 NVRAM System ID: xxxxxxxxx System ID: xxxxxxxxxx Vendor: NetApp Health: true Eligibility: true Differentiated Services: false All-Flash Optimized: false 2 entries were displayed.
Sours: https://docs.netapp.com/ocsc-41/topic/com.netapp.doc.ocsc-isg/GUID-BE7E9ECD-0EED-4C16-8CDA-C767B1B80B5D.html

Aruba virtual controller settings such as country code and virtual controller ip are not persisted after Aruba master WAP reboot

I have 3 waps in a cluster, one acting as a master virtual controller and the remaining two as slaves.

(i) I am updating the virtual-controller-country from the US to CA and the virtual controller IP as 200.20.200.240 from the 200.20.200.238 (Master Aruba WAP). Then rebooting all the slave waps from the master Aruba wap using the command reload all.

(ii) Now the new (virtual controller) master wap is 200.20.200.240 . Now configuration applied to virtual-controller-country is reverted back to US from CA and the newly inserted parameter,virtual-controller-ip is not available.

Here how to make the virtual controller settings configuration persistent after Aruba WAP's reboot.

I am using Aruba 8.3 image.

Reference: ArubaInstant 8.3 Command-Line Interface Reference Guide - Page numbers(768,767) (https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docId=a00047551en_us)

Sours: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/60673106/aruba-virtual-controller-settings-such-as-country-code-and-virtual-controller-ip
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Access Point Details

Aruba Instant On Help Center

The Access Point Details page provides details of the selected AP, which includes the AP name, IP address, MAC address, serial number, radio, ports, and model type of the AP. This page also provides a summary of the wireless radios including the number of clients that are currently connected.

Viewing Access Point Details

To view the Access Point Details page, follow these steps:

  1. Tap the Inventory() tile on the Aruba Instant On home page or tap the Site Health() banner and then tap Show inventory.
  2. Tap any of the APs listed in the Inventory list. The Access Point Details page is displayed with details. View the AP details such as the AP name, IP address of the AP, MAC address, Serial number, AP type, radio, and the number of the clients connected on each radio channel.

Connectivity

You can either configure Instant On devices to automatically receive an IP address from an external DHCP server running on the LAN or manually configure a Static IP address.

  1. Under the Connectivity section of the Access Point Details page, tap Advanced LAN parameters.
  2. Choose one of the following:
    • Automatic (default): This is the default setting for all APs. The Instant On device will request an IP address from a DHCP service running on the LAN. This option is visible only in the mobile app.
    • Static: To specify a fixed IP address on the LAN for your Instant On device, select the Static radio button in the mobile app or slide the toggle switch () beside Static IP address in the Advanced tab of the web application and configure the following parameters:
    • LAN IP—Enter a Static IP address.
    • Subnet mask—Enter the subnet mask.
    • Default gateway—Enter the IP address of the Default Gateway.
    • DNS server—Enter the IP address of the DNS server.
  1. Tap DONE to save the settings.

Ports

Every network requires the E0/PT or ENET port of the AP or Router to be connected to the gateway or switch using an Ethernet cable. Each Instant On AP has a single E0/ENET port. To view the details of the port and the uplink status, follow these steps:

  1. Tap any of the APs listed in the Inventory list. The Access Point Details page is displayed with details.
  2. Under the Ports section of the Access Points Details page, view the details of the ENET port, the name of the switch port, the uplink status, and the upload and download throughput rates.

Port Details

Access points operate only on the E0/ENET port. The Port details link for APs displays the name of the ENET port in read and write mode.

The Port details link is not displayed if the AP is connected as a mesh point in the network.

Connected Clients and Devices

The following procedure describes how to view the clients and devices connected to the ENET port on the AP:

  1. Under Ports, tap the ENET port on the AP.
  2. Tap the Clients and devices on this port link. You are redirected to the Clients and Devices page which displays the list of clients and devices connected to the port. By default, the clients and devices for All Networks applicable to the port are displayed. The clients and infrastructure devices directly connected to the port are displayed as a link to the client details page. The indirectly connected clients are displayed by their MAC address.
  3. To filter the clients and devices connected to a specific network, tap the drop-down arrow () and select a network from the list.

Radios

This section provides details on the clients operating on the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radios of the device:

  • Number of clients connected—Denotes the number of clients connected to the radio.
  • Operation channel—Denotes the radio channel on which the connected clients are operating.
  • Radio transmit power—Denotes the radio transmit power rate (in dBm) for the connected clients.
  • Airtime utilization—Denotes the airtime utilization (in %) detected by the radio.

Radio Details

The Radio Details page overrides the radio settings configured at the site level and allows you to configure 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radio settings which are specific to the selected Instant On device.

Follow these steps to override the site level radio settings and configure 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radio settings specific to the device:

Instant On APs connected over-the-air do not have the option to override the 5 GHz radio configuration made at the site level. These devices are allowed to configure only the 2.4 GHz radio settings at the device level.

  1. Under Radios, tap on () Radio details.
  2. Slide the toggle switch () beside Specific radio management for 2.4GHz Radio and 5 GHz Radio respectively to view the device specific radio settings.
  3. Choose a Channel width for each of the following:
    1. 2.4 GHz Radio—20MHz (default) or 20/40 MHz.
    2. 5 GHz Radio—20/40 MHz or 20/40/80 MHz (default).
  4. Based on your selection for each radio, the Channel selection options are refreshed. All channels are enabled by default and are displayed in orange. The disabled channels are displayed in gray.
  5. Configure the Transmit power range for the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radios by adjusting the slider between a minimum and maximum value. For example, if the slider is set between Very high and Max, the radio transmits between 30 dBm and maximum power. The available values are:

    Transmit Power Level

    Threshold for 2.4 GHz Radio (in dBm)

    Threshold for 5 GHz Radio (in dBm)

    Low

    6 dBm

    15 dBm

    9 dBm

    18 dBm

     

    12 dBM

    Medium

    15 dBm

    21 dBm

    18 dBm

    High

     

     

    21 dBm

    24 dBm

    24 dBm

    27 dBm

     

    27 dBm

    Very high

    30 dBm

    30 dBm

    Max

    This is the default setting.

    This is the default setting.

The changes made in the above procedure are saved automatically.

Advanced Menu

Locating Your Instant On AP

The Locate option helps you to locate your device when there are many devices in the site. The locator light will be active for 30 minutes after you turn on the toggle switch. The light is turned off by default.

To locate your Instant On AP, follow these steps:

  1. Tap the advanced menu () icon in the title bar of the Access Point Details screen.
  2. Tap Locate. The locator light is activated on the device.

Running a Connectivity Test

The Network tests option is used to test the reachability of an Instant On device. To perform a network test, you need to select a Source device on which the commands will be executed, and a Destination to be reached.

To run a network test on an Instant On access point, follow these steps:

  1. Tap the advanced menu () icon in the title bar of the Access Point Details screen.
  2. Tap on Connectivity test from the drop-down menu. The Connectivity screen is displayed.
  3. Under Source, select an Instant On device from the drop-down list.

    Only active devices of a site can be selected in this field. It could be a Switch or an AP.

  4. Under Destination, enter the hostname or IP address of the device to which the source device should connect.
  5. Tap Start connection test.

The table below shows the possible test results from the network tests:

Connectivity Rating

Roundtrip Time

Test Results Format

Good

All network tests passed with a latency of less than 150 milliseconds.

Line 1: Fast connectivity to <host / IP address>

Expandable row: More details

Fair

Some network tests passed with a latency between 150 and 400 milliseconds.

Line 1: Intermittent connectivity to IP address

Line 2: <IP address>

Line 3: Slow connectivity to <host / IP address>

Line 4: <hostname / IP address>

Expandable row: More details

Poor

Ping network passed with a latency greater than 400 milliseconds.

Line 1: Unable to reach IP address

Line 2: <IP address>

Line 3: Very slow connectivity to <host / IP address>

Line 4: <hostname / IP address>

Expandable row: More details

Restarting Your Instant On AP

To restart your AP, follow these steps:

  1. Tap the advanced menu () icon in the title bar of the Access Points Details screen.
  2. Select Restart from the drop-down menu. The appropriate assistant page is displayed.
  3. Click Restart.

Removing an AP from the Inventory

Follow these steps to remove an AP which is still online:

  1. Tap the advanced menu () icon in the title bar of the Access Points Details screen.
  2. Select Remove from inventory from the drop-down menu. The appropriate assistant page is displayed.
  3. Click Remove.

Follow these steps to remove an AP which is offline:

On the Access Point Details page, a rectangular bar appears below the device name when an alert is triggered. The color of the rectangular alert bar will appear according to the alert type.

  1. Click the Alerts link. You will be directed to the Alert Details page which provides more information about the unusual activity.
  2. To remove the access point from the inventory, follow these steps:
    1. If the Instant On device is removed from the network, you can choose to remove the device from the inventory by tapping Remove from inventory in the Access Point Details page. A pop-up box appears on the screen requesting your confirmation.
    2. Tap Remove to delete the device from the inventory.
Sours: https://www.arubainstanton.com/techdocs/en/content/site-health/mobile/ap-details.htm

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