Monthly Archives: October 2014

How to install HP VAN SDN Controller on vanilla Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS?

Dear HPN Community, Everyone wants to learn more around Software-Defined Networking. In order to make installation of controller really simple with only one command my colleague Shiraz Qureshi made awesome script. Shiraz shared location of the script on our GitHub … Continue reading

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Great new information sources I learned

Dear HPN Community, Hope you all think that abouthpnetworking.com is providing good information. But there is always more . . . Today I learned some great new information sources from my colleague Chris Young. First web site is: http://www.wookieware.com/ This … Continue reading

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Comware IRF: L2 MAC Address roaming

IRF is used on Comware switches (and some routers as well now) to virtualize 2 or more devices as 1 virtual device. This is a very convenient way to simplify the network setup and management. Although IRF is very easy … Continue reading

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Unified wireless: AP template rename

On the Unified Wireless controllers, it is common to enable the auto-ap and auto-persistent features to make it easy to adopt new Access Points. The new APs will be discovered and auto-registered as AP template based on the AP MAC … Continue reading

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Unified wireless : AP console/telnet access

With the Unified controllers, the APs which come online will dynamically get their configuration from the controller when they establish the LWAPP tunnel. When AP based feature are configured, such as AP provisioning or AP-based user authentication (de-central authentication), it … Continue reading

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