config system settings

set sip-helper disable

set sip-nat-trace disable

set default-voip-alg-mode kernel-helper-based

end

config system session-helper 
show

delete 13
end

config voip profile
edit default
config sip
set rtp disable
end
end

execute reboot

The Mobility Master serial number and passphrase are required to generate a license key for that specific VM configuration. The Mobility Master serial number is auto-generated, and does not have to be manually configured.

To identify the Mobility Master passphrase, access Mobility Master via the command-line interface and issue the command show license passphrase.
To identify the Mobility Master serial number, access Mobility Master via the command-line interface and issue the command show inventory.

Use the passphrase, the Mobility Master serial number, and the certificate ID in the licensing website to generate a license key that can be added to sharable license pools on Mobility Master.

References

Locate the VMX file associated with it. Edit the file and locate the Ethernet section. Add a new entry for each Ethernet you want to be in promiscuous mode:

(replace %d with the ethernet number)

Manually Configuring NTP in the Network 

The easiest way to use a time server in the network is to set server parameters. For example, if a time server called ntp.example.com is reachable from the network, add its name to the file /etc/ntp.conf by adding the following line:

Dynamic Time Synchronization at Runtime

If the system boots without network connection, ntpd starts up, but it cannot resolve DNS names of the time servers set in the configuration file. This can happen if you use Network Manager with an encrypted WLAN.

If you want ntpd to resolve DNS names at runtime, you must set the dynamic option. Then, when the network is establish some time after booting, ntpd looks up the names again and can reach the time servers to get the time.

Manually edit /etc/ntp.conf and add dynamic to one or more server entries:

Or use YaST and proceed as follows:

  1. In YaST click Network Services › NTP Configuration.
  2. Select the server you want to configure. Then click Edit.
  3. Activate the Options field and add dynamic. Separate it with a space, if there are already other options entered.
  4. Click Ok to close the edit dialog. Repeat the previous step to change all servers as wanted.
  5. Finally click Ok to save the settings.

Source : https://documentation.suse.com/

Product and Software: This article applies to Aruba Instant till Version 4.0.x.

To reset the admin password on Aruba Instant:

1) From the console, enter this username and password:

Username: admin
Password: forgetme!


2) Get into configure terminal mode:

# configure terminal

3) Issue this command to reset the password:

(config)# mgmt-user <username> <password>
(config)# exit
# write memory


As of IAP4.1.0.0, the recovery password in the console CLI has been removed for security reasons. To retain serviceability of the system, the standard username and password have been enhanced so that users can access the CLI even when the AP is in a bad state.

Username: admin
Password: forgetme!

ParameterDescription
-ToEmail address of a recipient or recipients
-BccEmail address of a BCC recipient or recipients
-CcEmail address of a CC recipient or recipients
-FromSender’s email address
-SubjectEmail subject
-BodyEmail body text
-BodyAsHtmlDefines that email body text contains HTML
-AttachmentsFilenames to be attached and the path to them
-CredentialAuthentication to send the email from the account
-SmtpServerName of the SMTP server
-PortPort of the SMTP server
-DeliveryNotificationOptionThe sender(s) specified in the Form parameter will be notified on the email delivery. Here are the options:None – notifications are off (default parameter) OnSuccess – notification of a successful delivery OnFailure – notification of an unsuccessful delivery Delay – notification of a delayed deliveryNever – never receive notifications
-EncodingThe encoding for the body and subject
-PriorityDefines the level of priority of the message. Valid options are:Normal (default parameter)LowHigh
-UseSslConnection to the SMTP server will be established using the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol

Step 1: To stop the boot process and enter ‘cpboot’ mode, press Enter when prompted. Issue the ‘printenv’ command to list current settings.

CPBoot 1.1.6 (build taylor@harpua-ENG.0000)
Built: 2004-08-09 11:56:39 (with gcc 2.95)

CPU: MPC8245 Revision 16.20 at 333.333 MHz: 16 kB I-Cache 16 kB D-Cache
Board: M-Switch Local Bus at 133.333 MHz
DRAM: 256 MB
POST: passed
CPLD: revision 10
FLASH: 256 kB
PCI: scanning bus0 …
dev fn venID devID class rev MBAR0 MBAR1 MBAR2 MBAR3
00 00 1057 0006 060000 14 00000008 00000000 00000000 00000000
14 00 166d 0001 060000 02 f0000008 00000000 f1000008 f1001008
15 00 104c ac55 060700 01 f1002000 f1003000 00000000 00000000
16 00 8086 1209 020000 09 f1004000 f0000001 f1020000 00000000
IDE: pci1520#0, pci1520#1
In: serial
Out: serial
Err: serial
IDE: Bus 0: OK, Bus 1: Empty
Device 0: Model: CF 256MB Firm: Ser#: GHS3ABPCF05030200007
Type: Removable Hard Disk
Capacity: 250.7 MB = 0.2 GB (513536 x 512)
Net: i82559#0, sibyte#0

Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0

cpboot>

cpboot> printenv

bootcmd=boot flash
bootdelay=2
baudrate=9600
filesize=167a784
stdin=serial
stdout=serial
stderr=serial

Environment size: 103/508 bytes


Step 2: Use the ‘setenv’ command to set the ‘cfgfile’ parameter to bypass the configuration file. As long as ‘cfgfile’ is set to any value, it bypasses the configuration file. In this example, ‘cfgfile’ is set to ‘default.cfg’. Save the settings by issuing the ‘saveenv’ command and issue the ‘printenv’ command to verify settings. After settings have been verified, issue the ‘reset’ command to boot the switch.

cpboot> setenv cfgfile default.cfg

cpboot> saveenv

Saving Enviroment to NVRAM…

cpboot> printenv

bootcmd=boot flash
bootdelay=2
baudrate=9600
filesize=167a784
stdin=serial
stdout=serial
stderr=serial
cfgfile=default.cfg

Environment size: 123/508 bytes

cpboot> reset

Step 3: After the ‘reset’ command, the switch reboots and the start setup dialog is displayed. In this example, all defaults are accepted. Select the country code correctly, because it cannot be changed in the switch configuration. When setup dialog is complete, the switch reboots.

CPBoot 1.1.6 (build taylor@harpua-ENG.0000)
Built: 2004-08-09 11:56:39 (with gcc 2.95)

CPU: MPC8245 Revision 16.20 at 333.333 MHz: 16 kB I-Cache 16 kB D-Cache
Board: M-Switch Local Bus at 133.333 MHz
DRAM: 256 MB
POST: passed
CPLD: revision 10
FLASH: 256 kB
PCI: scanning bus0 …
dev fn venID devID class rev MBAR0 MBAR1 MBAR2 MBAR3
00 00 1057 0006 060000 14 00000008 00000000 00000000 00000000
14 00 166d 0001 060000 02 f0000008 00000000 f1000008 f1001008
15 00 104c ac55 060700 01 f1002000 f1003000 00000000 00000000
16 00 8086 1209 020000 09 f1004000 f0000001 f1020000 00000000
IDE: pci1520#0, pci1520#1
In: serial
Out: serial
Err: serial
IDE: Bus 0: OK, Bus 1: Empty
Device 0: Model: CF 256MB Firm: Ser#: GHS3ABPCF05030200007
Type: Removable Hard Disk
Capacity: 250.7 MB = 0.2 GB (513536 x 512)
Net: i82559#0, sibyte#0

Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0
Loading image 0:0…………………………
Verifying checksum…
Booting image…
Loading .text @ 0x00800000 (19232 bytes)
Loading .data @ 0x00805000 (31436800 bytes)
Clearing .bss @ 0x02600000 (12756 bytes)
## Starting application at 0x00800000…Í
Aruba Networks Model A5xxx
ArubaOS Version 3.3.3.4 (build 23333 / label #23333)
Built by p4build@stan on 2010-01-27 at 11:02:18 PST (gcc version 3.4.1)
Copyright (c) 2002-2010, Aruba Networks, Inc.

<<<<< Welcome to Aruba Networks – Aruba SC-II >>>>>

Performing CompactFlash fast test… Passed.
Reboot Cause: User reboot.
Restoring the database…done.
Performing intra-version configuration upgrade for version 3.3.
Saving current config file default.cfg as default.cfg.2010-03-31_17-21-20
Generating new configuration.
Configuration upgrade complete.
Reading configuration from factory-default.cfg

***************** Welcome to the Aruba5000 setup dialog *****************
This dialog will help you to set the basic configuration for the switch.
These settings, except for the Country Code, can later be changed from the
Command Line Interface or Graphical User Interface.


Commands: <Enter> Submit input or use [default value], <ctrl-I> Help
<ctrl-B> Back, <ctrl-F> Forward, <ctrl-A> Line begin, <ctrl-E> Line end
<ctrl-D> Delete, <BackSpace> Delete back, <ctrl-K> Delete to end of line
<ctrl-P> Previous question <ctrl-X> Restart beginning


Enter System name [Aruba5000]:
Enter VLAN 1 interface IP address [172.16.0.254]:
Enter VLAN 1 interface subnet mask [255.255.255.0]:
Enter IP Default gateway [none]:
Enter Switch Role, (master|local) [master]:
Enter Country code (ISO-3166), <ctrl-I> for supported list: us
You have chosen Country code US for United States (yes|no)?: yes
Enter Time Zone [PST-8:0]:
Enter Time in GMT [01:21:32]:
Enter Date (MM/DD/YYYY) [4/1/2010]:
Enter Password for admin login (up to 32 chars): *****
Re-type Password for admin login: *****
Enter Password for enable mode (up to 15 chars): ******
Re-type Password for enable mode: ******
Do you wish to shutdown all the ports (yes|no)? [no]:

Current choices are:

System name: Aruba5000
VLAN 1 interface IP address: 172.16.0.254
VLAN 1 interface subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
IP Default gateway: none
Switch Role: master
Country code: us
Time Zone: PST-8:0
Ports shutdown: no

If you accept the changes the switch will restart!
Type <ctrl-P> to go back and change answer for any question
Do you wish to accept the changes (yes|no)yes
Creating configuration… Done.

System will now restart!

Shutdown processing started

Step 4: After switch restarts, stop the boot sequence and reset the ‘cfgfile’ parameter by issuing the ‘setenv cfgfile’ command. Save and verify the new boot parameter configuration.

CPBoot 1.1.6 (build taylor@harpua-ENG.0000)
Built: 2004-08-09 11:56:39 (with gcc 2.95)

CPU: MPC8245 Revision 16.20 at 333.333 MHz: 16 kB I-Cache 16 kB D-Cache
Board: M-Switch Local Bus at 133.333 MHz
DRAM: 256 MB
POST: passed
CPLD: revision 10
FLASH: 256 kB
PCI: scanning bus0 …
dev fn venID devID class rev MBAR0 MBAR1 MBAR2 MBAR3
00 00 1057 0006 060000 14 00000008 00000000 00000000 00000000
14 00 166d 0001 060000 02 f0000008 00000000 f1000008 f1001008
15 00 104c ac55 060700 01 f1002000 f1003000 00000000 00000000
16 00 8086 1209 020000 09 f1004000 f0000001 f1020000 00000000
IDE: pci1520#0, pci1520#1
In: serial
Out: serial
Err: serial
IDE: Bus 0: OK, Bus 1: Empty
Device 0: Model: CF 256MB Firm: Ser#: GHS3ABPCF05030200007
Type: Removable Hard Disk
Capacity: 250.7 MB = 0.2 GB (513536 x 512)
Net: i82559#0, sibyte#0

Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0
cpboot>
cpboot> setenv cfgfile

cpboot> saveenv
Saving Enviroment to NVRAM…

cpboot> printenv

bootcmd=boot flash
bootdelay=2
baudrate=9600
filesize=167a784
stdin=serial
stdout=serial
stderr=serial

cpboot> reset


Step 5: After the switch reboots, it comes back up with the ‘defaulted’ configuration. You can now restore the configuration either from an existing backup on flash or by configuring the switch for IP connectivity to a server where the backup is stored and copy the backed up file.

CPBoot 1.1.6 (build taylor@harpua-ENG.0000)
Built: 2004-08-09 11:56:39 (with gcc 2.95)

CPU: MPC8245 Revision 16.20 at 333.333 MHz: 16 kB I-Cache 16 kB D-Cache
Board: M-Switch Local Bus at 133.333 MHz
DRAM: 256 MB
POST: passed
CPLD: revision 10
FLASH: 256 kB
PCI: scanning bus0 …
dev fn venID devID class rev MBAR0 MBAR1 MBAR2 MBAR3
00 00 1057 0006 060000 14 00000008 00000000 00000000 00000000
14 00 166d 0001 060000 02 f0000008 00000000 f1000008 f1001008
15 00 104c ac55 060700 01 f1002000 f1003000 00000000 00000000
16 00 8086 1209 020000 09 f1004000 f0000001 f1020000 00000000
IDE: pci1520#0, pci1520#1
In: serial
Out: serial
Err: serial
IDE: Bus 0: OK, Bus 1: Empty
Device 0: Model: CF 256MB Firm: Ser#: GHS3ABPCF05030200007
Type: Removable Hard Disk
Capacity: 250.7 MB = 0.2 GB (513536 x 512)
Net: i82559#0, sibyte#0

Hit any key to stop autoboot: 0
Loading image 0:0…………………………
Verifying checksum…
Booting image…
Loading .text @ 0x00800000 (19232 bytes)
Loading .data @ 0x00805000 (31436800 bytes)
Clearing .bss @ 0x02600000 (12756 bytes)
## Starting application at 0x00800000…Í
Aruba Networks Model A5xxx
ArubaOS Version 3.3.3.4 (build 23333 / label #23333)
Built by p4build@stan on 2010-01-27 at 11:02:18 PST (gcc version 3.4.1)
Copyright (c) 2002-2010, Aruba Networks, Inc.

<<<<< Welcome to Aruba Networks – Aruba SC-II >>>>>

Performing CompactFlash fast test… Passed.
Reboot Cause: User reboot.
Restoring the database…done.
Performing intra-version configuration upgrade for version 3.3.
Saving current config file default.cfg as default.cfg.2010-03-31_17-23-25
Generating new configuration.
Configuration upgrade complete.
Reading configuration from default.cfg
Retrieving Configuration…will take approximately 1 minute
Configuration upgrade complete.

(Aruba5000)
User:

CLI Reference;

  • add transform profile proxy_rewrite
  • add transform action rewrite1 proxy_rewrite 10
  • set transform action rewrite1 -priority 10 -reqUrlFrom “http://www.company.com/key/(.*)” -reqUrlInto “http://www.external.com/$1” -resUrlFrom “http://www.external.com/(.*)” -resUrlInto http://www.example.com/key/$1
  • add transform policy rewrite_pol “HTTP.REQ.URL.PATH.GET(1).EQ(\”key\”) && http.REQ.HOSTNAME.EQ(\”www.example.com\”)” proxy_rewrite
  • bind transform global rewrite_pol 100