I'm looking to connect multiple Aruba 2530 24G Switch together using SFP port. What SFP module do I need? They will be one on top of another so the distance is short. Is Gigabit SFP just a RJ45 port to connect a standard cat6 cable?
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外围体育投注I'm using aruba at work using IAP's with a central subscription. Being the techy person I am I also wanted to swap out my home wifi for Aruba. Helps me to learn and get more antiquated to the solution.
I noticed the IAP's are a lot more costly than the controller based AP's in the used market. I don't have any experience with aruba controllers. Is it cost effective to get one so I can run some of the controller based models? Is there a subscription etc? I need 4 AP's
I have a mixed IAP environment with five IAP105s and roughly 41 IAP 205 and 215s. Everything was working fine until we had a brownout this morning, and now only the five 105s show up in the virtual console. All have static IPs, and I can ping them, but they're not broadcasting the SSID anymore and the radio lights are not on on the devices themselves. I'm at a total loss as to where to even begin trying to fix this. I have reset every switch in the district, which reset all the APs, but still no love. These are all ceiling mounted, so I really don't want to have to go room by room, one by one to do factory resets if I can at all avoid it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
EDIT for Answer: The 100 series failed to update their firmware when the 200 series did, so they couldn't communicate anymore. Since one of the 100s was set to Master, the 200s were effectively kicked off the network due to being in a perpetual boot loop from sync failures. I had to get the appropriate firmware from Aruba and manually update the 100s, then reload them all. After that, everything settled out and all IAPs are back in service.
I suspect that I may have just been very fortunate. While browsing a sale inventory I came across a badly described item of aruba kit which I bought. This is from a firm that does sell off kit from time to time and the company name matches the original delivery label on the packaging so I'm confident that its legit.
Astoundingly it has just been delivered. I need to check that it works but I don't actually need anything as powerful/expensive so I'd like to sell it on.
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livingroom-acc-01#conf t Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z. livingroom-acc-01(config)#vlan 20 livingroom-acc-01(config-vlan)#name iOT livingroom-acc-01(config-vlan)#vlan 60 livingroom-acc-01(config-vlan)#name Guest livingroom-acc-01(config-vlan)#do wr Building configuration... [OK] livingroom-acc-01(config-vlan)#
My laptop connected, but my phone didn't. THen on my phone, I disabled the private DNS thing of (Android 10) and that worked too. That took way too long for me to work out, but it was definitely something I didn't think of it until u/krisirk mentioned changing the native vlan to 60. Once this was done, it said it didn't exist and it created one for me. At that point, I actually defined the VLAN names. Also, thanks goes to u/nowireless4u given they showed me that I shouldn't do a thing I was doing. Now I can merrily go and create my iOT VLAN SSID too!