mgmt-server

wlan

mgmt-server

primary-server <primary-server-ip> profile <profile-name> [secure] [transport{mix|udp|websocket}]

profile <profile-name>

airgroupinfo-enable

ap-app-stats

ap-stats

clone <source>

generic-amon-enable

inline-ap-stats

inline-auth-stats

inline-ctrl-assoc-stats

inline-dhcp-stats

inline-dns-stats

inline-lldp-stats

location-enable

misc-enable

monitored-info-del-enable

monitored-info-enable

monitored-info-snapshot-enable

no

sessions-enable

stats-enable

stats-extended-enable

tag-enable

uccmonitoring-enable

user-visibility-enable

wan-state

wids-event-info-enable

source-ipv6-address

Description

This command configures the management server profile. Register a management server with the Mobility Conductor by specifying the IP address of an AirWave management server or ALE that should receive messages from the Mobility Conductor using the AMON protocol. You must also specify the management configuration profile in which the AMON message filtering settings can be done. The default profiles provided for the AirWave server (default-amp) and ALE (default-ale) are editable using this command.

The IDS WLAN management system (WMS) on the managed device monitors wireless traffic to detect any new AP or wireless client station that tries to connect to the network. ArubaOS can send Clarity Live and user serviceability statistics from a managed device to a management server, which can use this data to identify the client connectivity issues.

A managed device can also collect information about each step in the use authentication process, and send these records to a management server in the AMON format, the data transport protocol used to communicate basic statistics or state changes to the management servers such as AirWave or ALE.

Parameter

Description

primary-server <primary-server-ip>

profile <profile-name>

[secure|transport]

Associate the Mobility Conductor to ALE server or an AirWave management server by entering the IPv4 or IPv6 address of the server and specifying a management configuration profile.

secure

Enabling this specifies that DTLS mode is used.

transport

This defines the type of transport mechanism.

profile

Configure a new management server profile on the Mobility Conductor or to edit the default profiles.

airgroupinfo-enable

If enabled, the messages related to the AirGroup feature will be sent to the management server.

ap-app-stats

Enables reporting client application usage.

app-stats

Enables AP statistics.

clone <source>

Copy from another management configuration profile.

generic-amon-enable

Enables Always On Amon messages.

inline-ap-stats

Enable Clarity Live statistics from the AP.

inline-auth-stats

Enable Clarity Live statistics related to authentication.

inline-ctrl-assoc-stats

Generates the passive controller station AMON messages. The passive controller station AMON messages are not generated by default. To generate the messages, issue the mgmt-server profile <name of the profile> inline-ctrl-assoc-stats command on managed device.

inline-dhcp-stats

Enable Clarity Live statistics of DHCP.

inline-dns-stats

Enable Clarity Live statistics of DNS.

inline-lldp-stats

Enable Clarity Live statistics of LLDP.

location-enable

If enabled, Station RSSI or AP Neighbor messages will be sent to the management server.

misc-enable

If enabled, the AP system statistics, specifications, and station steer information will be sent to the management server.

monitored-info-del-enable

Information is sent when a monitored AP or client is deleted.

monitored-info-enable

If enabled, the monitored AP or station information will be sent to the management server.

monitored-info-snapshot-enable

If enabled, the managed device sends a periodic snapshot about the state (up or down) of each monitored AP, client, rogue AP, or suspected rogue AP.

no

Negates or removes a parameter.

sessions-enable

If enabled, the firewall DNA, application, and aggregate session messages will be sent to the management server.

stats-enable

If enabled, the statistics for AP radios, virtual APs, and clients are be sent to the management server.

stats-extended-enable

If enabled, the extended statistics for AP radios, virtual APs, and clients are be sent to the management server.

tag-enable

If enabled, tag messages will be sent to the management server.

uccmonitoring-enable

If enabled, the messages about the unified communications manager are be sent to the management server.

user-visibility-enable

If enabled, the iser visibility message are be sent to the management server.

wan-state

If enabled, the WAN state information is to be sent to the management server.

wids-event-info-enable

If enabled, the controller sends messages about current IDS events as soon as they are detected.

source-ipv6-address <src-ipv6-addr>

Configure the source IPv6 Address for AMON packets.

Example

The following command defines a primary AirWave Management server.

(host) [mynode] (config) #mgmt-server primary-server 192.0.2.10 profile default-amp

Related Commands

Command

Description

ids management-profile

Manage the events correlation for IDS event traps and syslogs (logs).

ids wms-local-system-profile

This command configures the WLAN management system (WMS) service to terminate on individual managed devices instead of Mobility Conductor.

Command History

Release

Modification

ArubaOS 8.9.0.0

All instances of master have been replaced with conductor.

ArubaOS 8.6.0.17 and 8.7.1.9

The inline-ctrl-assoc-stats parameter was introduced.

ArubaOS 8.7.0.0

The ap-app-stats parameter was introduced.

ArubaOS 8.1.0.0

The following changes were introduced:

The primary-server parameter was modified to accept IPv6 address.

The Clarity Live parameters such as inline-ap-stats, inline-auth-stats, inline-dhcp-stats, and inline-dns-stats were introduced.

ArubaOS 8.0.0.0

Command introduced.

Command Information

Platforms

License

Command Mode

All platforms

Base operating system.

Config mode on Mobility Conductor.