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Installing Mobility Master and Managed Devices

Installing the Mobility Master

The Aruba Mobility Master provides a 64-bit virtualized software-based managed platform on VMVirtual Machine. A VM is an emulation of a computer system. VMs are based on computer architectures and provide functionality of a physical computer. architecture.

The Mobility Master is the centralized management platform for the deployment in the virtualized network infrastructure. The Mobility Master operates on the VMVirtual Machine. A VM is an emulation of a computer system. VMs are based on computer architectures and provide functionality of a physical computer. platforms in the VMware environment and can reside with other virtualized appliances.

Installing the Managed Devices

The WebUI Startup Wizard allows you to configure access to the managed device. The Startup Wizard is available the first time you connect to and log into the managed device or whenever the managed device is reset to its factory default configuration. The serial console setup dialog allows you to configure basic managed device settings through a serial port connection to the managed device.

 

The Startup Wizard works only on 0/0/0 port on all controllers,

After you complete the Startup Wizard or serial console setup procedure, the managed device reboots using the new configuration information you entered.

Do not connect the managed device to your network when running the Setup Wizard or serial console setup dialog. The factory-default managed device boots up with a default IP address and both DHCPDynamic Host Configuration Protocol. A network protocol that enables a server to automatically assign an IP address to an IP-enabled device from a defined range of numbers configured for a given network.  server and spanning tree functions enabled. Once you have completed setup and rebooted the managed device, the managed device should appear on the Mobility Master for the management of managed device from the Mobility Master.

In addition to the traditional method mentioned above, the 7000 Series controllers running ArubaOS 8.6.0.0 can be configured without user intervention with zero touch provisioning (ZTPZero Touch Provisioning. ZTP is a device provisioning mechanism that allows automatic and quick provisioning of devices with a minimal or at times no manual intervention.). This option automatically configures the managed device using Activate. For more details, see Automatic Setup using ZTP.

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