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ap-lacp-striping-ip

ap-lacp-striping-ip

aplacp-enable

no

striping-ip <ip-addr> lms <LMS>

Description

Define an AP LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network. map information profile that maps a GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. striping IP address to an existing LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network. -IP address.

Syntax

Parameter

Description

ap-lacp-striping-ip

Configures the AP LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network. map information.

aplacp-enable

Enables LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. IP striping. This feature is disabled by default.

no ...

Negate any setting or return a configured parameter it to its default value.

striping-ip <ip-addr>

Specify an IPv4 address for the 802.11g802.11g offers transmission over relatively short distances at up to 54 Mbps, compared with the 11 Mbps theoretical maximum of 802.11b standard. 802.11g employs Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM), the modulation scheme used in 802.11a, to obtain higher data speed. Computers or terminals set up for 802.11g can fall back to speed of 11 Mbps, so that 802.11b and 802.11g devices can be compatible within a single network. radio of the controller to allow LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes.-enabled switches to send traffic for the two controller radios on different links. Recommended value for this parameter is lms <ip-addr>+1.

lms <LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network. >

Enter the LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network. IP address currently defined in the device's AP system profile to map the existing LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network. IP to the GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. striping IP address.

Usage Guidelines

The AP LACP LMS map information profile is a local profile that maps a LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network. IP address (defined in the AP system profile) to a GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. striping IP address. If  220 Series or 270 Series access points fail over to a standby or backup controller, the AP LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network.  map information profile on the new controller defines the IP address that the APs use to terminate 802.11802.11 is an evolving family of specifications for wireless LANs developed by a working group of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). 802.11 standards use the Ethernet protocol and Carrier Sense Multiple Access with collision avoidance (CSMA/CA) for path sharing..g radio tunnels on the new controller. This feature allows 220 Series, 270 Series, and 320 Series access points to continue to support link aggregation to a backup controller in the event of a controller failure even if the backup controller is in a different L3 network.

 

If your topology includes a backup controller you must define GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. striping IP settings in the active and the backup controller.

Example

On Mobility Master

(host)[node] (config) #ap system-profile LACP

(host)[node] (AP system-profile "LACP") #lms-ip 192.0.2.1

(host)[node] (AP system-profile "LACP") #bkup-lms-ip 192.0.77.1

(host)[node] (AP system-profile "LACP") #exit

(host)[node] (config) #ap-lacp-striping-ip

(host)[node] (AP LACP LMS map information) #striping-ip 192.0.2.2 lms 192.0.2.1

(host)[node] (AP LACP LMS map information) #aplacp-enable

On an L2-connected High Avability (HA) standby or HA+VRRPVirtual Router Redundancy Protocol. VRRP is an election protocol that dynamically assigns responsibility for a virtual router to one of the VRRP routers on a LAN. controller:

(bkup-host)[node] (config) #ap-lacp-striping-ip

(bkup-host)[node] (config) (AP LACP LMS map information) #striping-ip

192.0.2.16 lms 192.0.2.1

(bkup-host) [node] (config)(AP LACP LMS map information) #aplacp-enable

On L3-connected High Availability (HA) standby controllers, or HA controllers in dual HA mode, where each dual-mode controller acts as standby for the APs served by the other dual-mode controller:

(bkup-host)[node] (config) #ap-lacp-striping-ip

(bkup-host)[node] (config) (AP LACP LMS map information) #striping-ip

10.1.1.14 lms 192.0.2.1

(bkup-host)[node] (config) (AP LACP LMS map information) #striping-ip

192.0.2.2 lms 192.0.2.1

(bkup-host) [node] (config)(AP LACP LMS map information) #aplacp-enable

 

If you are using High Availability between L3-connected or dual-mode controllers, you must configure two different striping IPs (one for each subnetSubnet is the logical division of an IP network.) to ensure that both controllers will have striping IPs mapped to the corresponding LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network. IP address.

Important Points to Remember

In the upstream direction when the AP transmits GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. frames to the Mobility Master the bonding driver must be in active-active mode and not in the default active-standby mode to allow link aggregation.

If an AP’s uplink access switch ports are configured in static port-channel mode, then the AP will set the EthernetEthernet is a network protocol for data transmission over LAN. bonding mode to static port-channel (xor mode) only if gre-striping-ip is configured. If gre-striping-ip is not configured, then the AP goes back to active-standby mode. In this scenario, the AP may go down depending on the behavior of the upstream switch.

If an AP’s uplink access switch ports are configured in dynamic LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. mode, the AP detects LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes.-PDUs and automatically sets the EthernetEthernet is a network protocol for data transmission over LAN. bonding mode to LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes.. If gre-striping-ip is not configured, then the AP’s EthernetEthernet is a network protocol for data transmission over LAN. bonding mode will continue to be in LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. mode, but the AP will send GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. traffic only through one EthernetEthernet is a network protocol for data transmission over LAN. port.

In 320 Series and 330 Series access points, if AP uplink packet capture is taken, the downstream traffic will have sequence number in GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. header. Wireshark Aruba wlanWireless Local Area Network. WLAN is a 802.11 standards-based LAN that the users access through a wireless connection. decoder will not be able to decode these packets correctly since it looks for known Aruba GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. tunnel IDs.

Ensure that the gre-striping-ip is unique and not used by any other host on the subnetSubnet is the logical division of an IP network..

LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. support is limited to a use case where Enet 0 and Enet 1 ports of the AP are connected to a switch, and LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. is enabled on the two corresponding switch ports.

The port priority is not applicable to the AP as both ports need to be used. This value is always set to the maximum numerical priority (0xFF), which is the lowest priority.

The system priority is not configurable. It is set to the maximum numerical value (0xFFFF), which is the lowest priority. This leaves control of the aggregate to the upstream switch.

The timeout value is not configurable.

The key is not configurable and the default key value is 1.

LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. cannot be enabled if wired AP functionality is enabled on the second port. You cannot enable LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. if the Enet 1 port is shutdown.

Troubleshooting Link Aggregation

The following show commands in the CLICommand-Line Interface. A console interface with a command line shell that allows users to execute text input as commands and convert these commands to appropriate functions. can be used to troubleshoot Link Aggregation on 220 Series , 270 Series, 320 Series and 330 Series access points:

show ap debug lacp ap-name <ap-name>—Using this command, you can view if LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. is active on an AP. It displays the number of GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. packets sent and received on the two EthernetEthernet is a network protocol for data transmission over LAN. ports. Using this command with verbose option on 320 Series and 330 Seriesaccess points displays packet re-ordering statistics of each wlanWireless Local Area Network. WLAN is a 802.11 standards-based LAN that the users access through a wireless connection. client.

show ap database—The output of this command includes an LACP Striping flags to indicate of the AP is configured with a LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. striping IP address,

show datapath tunnel—Using this command on 220 Series/270 Series access points, you can verify if the 2.4GHz tunnels are anchored on the gre-striping-ip (The GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. IDs for these tunnels are in a range between 0x8300 and 0x83F0) . On 320 Series and 330 Series access points, use the verbose option to verify that 5 Ghz tunnels have striping IP set in the column StripIP (The GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. IDs for these tunnels are in a range between 0x8200 and 0x82F0).

show datapath station—On 320 Series and 330 Series access points, using this command displays the LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. sequence number sent in the GREGeneric Routing Encapsulation. GRE is an IP encapsulation protocol that is used to transport packets over a network. header of the last packet to the client. This information is displayed under Seq column.

show ap remote debug anul-sta-entries—On 320 Series and 330 Series access points, using this command displays LAGLink Aggregation Group . A LAG combines a number of physical ports together to make a single high-bandwidth data path. LAGs can connect two switches to provide a higher-bandwidth connection to a public network. enabled/disabled per station and data drops due to LAGLink Aggregation Group . A LAG combines a number of physical ports together to make a single high-bandwidth data path. LAGs can connect two switches to provide a higher-bandwidth connection to a public network. packet reordering.

show datapath user—Using this command, you can verify if the gre-striping-ip has an entry with the ‘L’ (local) flag

show datapath route-cache—Using this command, you can verify if the gre-striping-ip has an entry with the LC MACMedia Access Control. A MAC address is a unique identifier assigned to network interfaces for communications on a network. .

Related Commands

The following show commands display information about the settings defined in the AP LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network.  map information profile:

Command

Description

show ap-lacp-striping-ip

Displays all settings defined in AP LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network. map information profile.

show ap database

The output of this command displays an s flag to indicate that the AP is enabled with a striping IP address.

show ap debug lacp

The output of this command displays the striping IP address of the AP, as defined in the AP LACPLink Aggregation Control Protocol. LACP is used for the collective handling of multiple physical ports that can be seen as a single channel for network traffic purposes. LMSLocal Management Switch. In multi-controller networks, each controller acts as an LMS and terminates user traffic from the APs, processes, and forwards the traffic to the wired network. map information profile.

Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.0.0.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platforms

License

Command Mode

All platforms

Base operating system.

Config mode on Mobility Master.

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