Gateways Tab in Gateway Cluster Dashboard

To view the Gateways tab, complete the following steps.

  1. In the Aruba Central app, set the filter to one of the options under Groups, Labels, or Sites.

    For all devices, set the filter to Global. Ensure that the filter selected contains at least one Gateway cluster.

    The dashboard context for the selected filter is displayed.

  2. Under Manage, click Devices > Gateways.

    A list of gateways is displayed in the List view.

  3. Click Clusters.

    The Gateway Clusters table is displayed.

  4. Click the name of the cluster and click the Gateways tab.

    The Gateways tab in the Gateway Cluster dashboard provides information as shown in the following figure.

    Figure 1  Gateway Clusters - Gateway Tab

    The following table provides information about the Gateways tab in the Gateway Clusters dashboard.

    Table 1: Gateway Cluster Details Page—Gateways Tab

    Tab Content



    This table lists the total number of gateways and the following information for each controller component in the cluster:

    Name—Name of the gateway.

    IP Address—IP address of the gateway.

    Status—Operational status of the gateway.

    Client Capacity(Active| Standby)—Client capacity indicator for active and standby members in a cluster.

    Model—The hardware model of the gateway.

    Role—The role of the Gateway. The value can be Leader or Member.

    Version—The ArubaOS software version running on the gateway.

    Gateway Peer Detail

    This table lists the peer gateways in a cluster.

    Type—Type of peer. The available values are Self and Peer.

    IP Address—IPv4 address of the gateway.

    Status—Operational status of the gateway.

    Role—Role of the gateway. The available values are Leader and Member.

    VLAN Virtual Local Area Network. In computer networking, a single Layer 2 network may be partitioned to create multiple distinct broadcast domains, which are mutually isolated so that packets can only pass between them through one or more routers; such a domain is referred to as a Virtual Local Area Network, Virtual LAN, or VLAN. Probe Failed—Lists up to 20 failed probes when there is a mismatch in the VLAN configurations between the gateway and the peer.