SWDI_Guide.pdf - Scalable WLAN Design and Implementation Learner Guide H PE In te rn al U se O nl y Rev 17.31 nl y Copyright 2017 Aruba a Hewlett

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Unformatted text preview: Scalable WLAN Design and Implementation Learner Guide H PE In te rn al U se O nl y Rev. 17.31 nl y Copyright 2017 Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company O The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for Aruba products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Aruba shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein. Printed in the United States of America H PE In te rn Scalable WLAN Design and Implementation Rev. 17.31 al U se This is an Aruba copyrighted work that may not be reproduced without the written permission of Aruba. You may not use these materials to deliver training to any person outside of your organization without the written permission of Aruba. Contents Contents Course Introduction Introductions.......................................................................................................................................................1 Logistics ..........................................................................................................................................................2 Course Objectives ......................................................................................................................................... 3 Course Goals .................................................................................................................................................4 nl y Course Agenda – Day 1 ................................................................................................................................ 5 Course Agenda – Day 2 ................................................................................................................................ 6 O Course Agenda – Day 3 ................................................................................................................................ 7 Course Agenda – Day 4 ................................................................................................................................ 8 se Course Agenda – Day 5 ................................................................................................................................ 9 al U Internet Resources .....................................................................................................................................10 Certification .................................................................................................................................................11 Icon Key ........................................................................................................................................................12 In te rn Module 1: Introduction and Aruba Architecture Learning Objectives..........................................................................................................................................13 Aruba Architecture Review..............................................................................................................................14 OS 8.0.X architecture ..................................................................................................................................14 Master-Local vs MM-MC.............................................................................................................................16 PE MC as L2 switch or L3 router.....................................................................................................................17 AP terminology ............................................................................................................................................18 H Configuration Hierarchy ..................................................................................................................................20 Partial configuration model (Master-Local) .............................................................................................20 Full configuration model (Mobility Master) .............................................................................................21 Hierarchical configuration / monitoring model ......................................................................................22 Hierarchical configuration (device)...........................................................................................................23 Forwarding WLAN user traffic ...................................................................................................................24 Remote access options ..............................................................................................................................25 Tunneled node ............................................................................................................................................26 IAP clusters ..................................................................................................................................................27 Rev. 17.31 | © Copyright 2017 Aruba | Confidential – For Training Purposes Only Contents Learning Check ............................................................................................................................................28 Aruba OS Features ...........................................................................................................................................29 Aruba firewall ..............................................................................................................................................29 Clustering overview ....................................................................................................................................30 MM AirMatch ...............................................................................................................................................31 ClientMatch..................................................................................................................................................33 MultiZone AP ...............................................................................................................................................34 Loadable Service Modules .........................................................................................................................35 nl y Learning Check ............................................................................................................................................36 Multi-site MM/MC topology .......................................................................................................................37 O Summary ...........................................................................................................................................................38 Next Steps .........................................................................................................................................................39 se Module 2: Mobility Master Redundancy al U Learning Objectives..........................................................................................................................................41 Mobility Master Redundancy Overview ........................................................................................................42 Why MM redundancy?................................................................................................................................42 In te rn Mobility Master redundancy overview ....................................................................................................44 Mobility Master redundancy components ..............................................................................................45 VRRP Configuration ..........................................................................................................................................46 VRRP operation ...........................................................................................................................................46 VRRP configuration .....................................................................................................................................47 PE VRRP Pre-emption.......................................................................................................................................48 VRRP packet capture ..................................................................................................................................49 Checking VRRP status .................................................................................................................................50 H Learning Check ............................................................................................................................................51 Mobility Master Redundancy DB Synchronization ......................................................................................52 MM database synchronization..................................................................................................................52 MM synchronization warning....................................................................................................................53 MM redundancy IPsec parameter ............................................................................................................54 Enable Master Redundancy DB synchronization ...................................................................................55 Check MM redundancy status...................................................................................................................56 Validating MM DB synchronization ..........................................................................................................57 Rev.17.31 ii Confidential – For Training Purposes Only Contents Learning Check ............................................................................................................................................58 Summary ...........................................................................................................................................................59 Next Steps .........................................................................................................................................................60 Module 3: Mobility Master Redundancy Learning Objectives..........................................................................................................................................61 Mobility Master Redundancy Overview ........................................................................................................62 Mobility Master architecture .....................................................................................................................62 nl y Architecture at a glance .............................................................................................................................63 Multi-Controller configuration ..................................................................................................................64 Adding MD/MC manually ...........................................................................................................................65 O MC Zero Touch Provisioning .....................................................................................................................66 Learning Check ............................................................................................................................................67 se Licenses .............................................................................................................................................................68 al U Calculating licensing requirements ..........................................................................................................68 Licenses ........................................................................................................................................................69 Licenses - cont. ............................................................................................................................................71 In te rn Advanced licensing features......................................................................................................................72 Device-specific (physical controller) licenses ..........................................................................................73 License pool ......................................................................................................................................................74 Global Pool (MM).........................................................................................................................................74 Dedicated license pools .............................................................................................................................75 PE Learning Check ............................................................................................................................................76 Creating a Global Pool ................................................................................................................................77 Creating a local license pool ......................................................................................................................78 H Adding a device-specific license ................................................................................................................79 Learning Check ............................................................................................................................................81 Summary ...........................................................................................................................................................82 Next Steps .........................................................................................................................................................83 Module 4: MultiZone Learning Objectives..........................................................................................................................................85 MultiZone Overview .........................................................................................................................................86 MultiZone Terminology ...................................................................................................................................87 Rev.17.31 iii Confidential – For Training Purposes Only Contents What is a zone?............................................................................................................................................87 Zone role ......................................................................................................................................................88 What is a MultiZone AP?.............................................................................................................................89 MultiZone topology examples...................................................................................................................90 MultiZone AP functional flow ....................................................................................................................91 MultiZone Configuration .................................................................................................................................92 MultiZone WebUI configuration................................................................................................................92 Step 1: Create MultiZone profile on PZ ...................................................................................................93 nl y Step 2: MultiZone profile parameters ......................................................................................................94 Step 3: Attach the MultiZone profile to an AP group .............................................................................95 O Step 4: Configure same AP group name in DZ........................................................................................96 Step 5: DZ - Configure and assign WLAN to AP group ...........................................................................97 se MultiZone CPsec on DZ ..............................................................................................................................98 DZ licenses ...................................................................................................................................................99 al U MultiZone limitations .............................................................................................................................. 100 Learning Check ......................................................................................................................................... 101 MultiZone Common Troubleshooting Commands................................................................................... 102 In te rn Troubleshooting – show log security .................................................................................................... 102 Troubleshooting – show ap database ................................................................................................... 103 Troubleshooting – show ap debug multizone ..................................................................................... 104 DZ WLAN configuration........................................................................................................................... 105 Troubleshooting – show ap bss-table ................................................................................................... 106 PE Troubleshooting – show log system (n) ................................................................................................ 107 Learning Check ......................................................................................................................................... 108 H MultiZone Use Cases .................................................................................................................................... 109 MultiZone AP use case – Multi-tenancy ................................................................................................ 109 MultiZone AP use case – guest access .................................................................................................. 110 Guest access solution in AOS 6.X........................................................................................................... 111 Guest access solution in AOS 8.1........................................................................................................... 112 Learning Check ......................................................................................................................................... 113 Summary ........................................................................................................................................................ 114 Next Steps ...................................................................................................................................................... 115 Rev.17.31 iv Confidential – For Training Purposes Only Contents Module 5: Introduction to Clusters Learning Objectives....................................................................................................................................... 117 Clustering Overview .....................................................................................................
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