AOS CX смотреть последние обновления за сегодня на .
This video shows you the unboxing activities of an Aruba 6100 switch (what's in the box), the physical installation (connecting the switch to the network and get console access), configuring the switch for remote access (SSH, HTTPS and REST), and actually testing access. Notice that I am using a DAC cable to connect up the switch. At the moment of release, the 6100 does not support DAC cables and in the video you will see how to get around this.
VLANs are a fundamental part of networking but their misconfiguration is one of the most common reasons for network outages*. In this video we take a close look at the intricacies of VLAN configuration using Aruba AOS-CX. 8320 config guide here: 🤍 N.B. The diagram shows the addressing as .1 & .2 but I ping .101 to .102. I had to change the addressing mid-video because those addresses were already taken on my home lab 🙄🤦♂️....Networking! I hope that doesn't confuse anyone. The principle is the same, ping from one IP address to another across the link connecting the 8320s. Twitter: 🤍 *I used to work Ops and VLAN config error was high on the list of causes of outage. #aruba
Deep-dive into the theory of VRFs, how the AOS-CX architecture utilizes VRFs and a configuration demo of VRFs on an Aruba AOS-CX 8320. Time Stamp: 06:08 - Demo explanation 07:20 - AOS-CX configuration example Twitter: 🤍 #aruba
In this video we introduce the new AOS-CX Switch Simulator, what it is, what you can do with it, and invite you to join us at our Airheads Community home! Explore Aruba CX Switches with the AOS-CX Switch Simulator Airheads Community – AOS-CX Switch Simulator: 🤍 Link to the Airheads Community: 🤍
This video is part of the ArubaOS-CX CLI series of videos and covers software upgrades through TFTP, SFTP and (cheating a little) Web browser. In addition, setting the switch to factory defaults (including initializing the database scheme) is covered.
Simplify and speed common networking tasks with automation and full programmability enabled by the modern microservices architecture of the AOS-CX operating system. The fifth major release has new capabilities to extend our cloud-native OS to campus access switches. Presented by Vishwas Shetiya, Senior Product Manager. Recorded at Tech Field Day 20 in Silicon Valley, CA on November 15, 2019. For more information, visit 🤍 and 🤍
Continuing the Aruba AOS-CX basics series, I now turn to Layer 3 port configuration and demo the two available approaches, both Layer 3 dedicated and 'interface vlan'. While this may seem rather simplistic, there are major design implications when choosing one approach over another. Watch the vid to find out more! Twitter: 🤍 #aruba
Aggregate multiple links with Link Aggregation Control Protocol and Aruba AOS-CX. In this demo we explore the popular feature, LACP, which is commonly used but does have a number of configuration nuances. Find more details in the AOS-CX Link Aggregation Config Guide: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #aruba
This QuickStart video dives a bit more deeper into the HW of the Aruba CX 8320 and 8325 switch series. Watch this video to learn about power and fan options, racking, RJ-45 support, and more. Please note that there are published PDF versions of the Quick Start series which provide additional guidance on deploying an AOS-CX powered L3 Leaf and Spine Data Center (DC) fabric or a Campus network. AOS-CX Quick Start Videos and Guides : 🤍
This video provides an overview of an exciting new feature that has been introduced in ArubaOS-CX software release 10.1: Virtual Switching Extension. The first part of the video covers the VSX technology and in the second partshows a demonstration on how to configure VSX, this includes the configuration of VLAN synchronisation, keep alive and active gateway synchronisation.
This QuickStart video series consists of easy to consume videos which are focused on introducing new users to the Aruba CX platforms and OS. Part 4 of this series introduces the Aruba CX 6300 Switch Series to the viewer. Please note that there are published PDF versions of the Quick Start series which provide additional guidance on deploying an AOS-CX powered L3 Leaf and Spine Data Center (DC) fabric or a Campus network. AOS-CX Quick Start Videos and Guides : 🤍
This short video demonstrates how to easily setup a two members VSX stack using the Aruba AOS-CX Mobile Application.
This QuickStart video series consists of easy to consume videos which are focused on introducing new users to the Aruba CX platforms and OS. This next video introduces the Aruba CX 6200 Switch Series to the viewer.
This video demonstrates the initial configuration of an Aruba VSX 8360 cluster and four Aruba 6300 members VSF stack using the CX Mobile Application.
Up next for Aruba AOS-CX basics series, I fix my end-to-end connectivity by implementing static routes. Hey, come on, this is the 'basics' after all. Hopefully the discussion about Layer 3 routing with get your grey matter working, even if the answer is just a couple of statics! Twitter: 🤍 #aruba
This QuickStart video series consists of easy to consume videos which are focused on introducing new users to the Aruba CX platforms and OS. Part 5 of this series introduces the Aruba CX 6400 Switch Series to the viewer. Please note that there are published PDF versions of the Quick Start series which provide additional guidance on deploying an AOS-CX powered L3 Leaf and Spine Data Center (DC) fabric or a Campus network. AOS-CX Quick Start Videos and Guides : 🤍
This QuickStart video dives much deeper into the HW of the large Aruba CX 8400 switch chassis. Watch this video to learn about the HA components and capabilities as well as line card/fabric performance, and more. Please note that there are published PDF versions of the Quick Start series which provide additional guidance on deploying an AOS-CX powered L3 Leaf and Spine Data Center (DC) fabric or a Campus network. AOS-CX Quick Start Videos and Guides : 🤍
This tutorial shows you how to install the Aruba AOS-CX Switch Simulator on GNS3. There wasn't a good video tutorial on this at the time of me needing it, and this tutorial will hopefully save you guys 45 minutes or more in trying to figure it out. Useful Links: Solid document explaining how to install GNS3 VM: 🤍 Link to Aruba-AOSCX.gns3a file: 🤍 Link to Aruba AOS-CX Switch simulator: 🤍 COOL LABS WITH ARUBA AOS-CX SIMULATOR: 🤍
AOS-CX is a modern and fully programmable operating system built using a database-centric design, which ensures higher availability and dynamic software process changes for reduced downtime. In addition to robust hardware reliability, the AOS-CX operating system includes additional software elements not available with traditional systems, including: Automated visibility to help IT organizations scale Simplified programmability Faster resolution with network insights High availability Ease of roll-back to previous configurations
This QuickStart video series consists of easy to consume videos which are focused on introducing new users to the Aruba AOS-CX platforms and OS. This next video goes a bit deeper into the Aruba AOS-CX 6300 Switch Series.
This short video demonstrates how to easily setup a two members VSF stack using the Aruba AOS-CX Mobile Application.
Now we have 802.1X network authentication working for wireless, we will configure the same for the Wired network and re-use most of the work we did for WLAN authentication already. On my AOS-CX switch, 10.7 is deployed, it is just L2 and has 1/1/1 as uplink: VLAN10 (Management) VLAN11 (Corporate) VLAN12 (Voice) VLAN13 (Guest) VLAN14 (Untrusted) Port 1/1/3 is connected to my wired Windows 10 client. Workshop video overview, schedule, and discussion can be found on the Airheads Community: 🤍 ⏰Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 00:30 Wired Policy Enforcement Solution Guide 01:10 Switch overview 02:02 Switch configuration 03:10 Windows 10 client configuration 04:48 ClearPass configuration 07:02 Successful authentication
Next up for Aruba AOS-CX Basics, we look at iBGP. I go through the configuration required to setup an iBGP network and focus on some of the nuances of this flavor of BGP with a couple of failure scenarios. Timestamps: 04:04 Network diagram and explanation 04:40 Start of configuration 07:30 A word about Layer 3 connectivity & the BGP peering session 09:45 The BGP table 12:15 BGP loop prevention and peer shutdown 14:33 Link failure scenario Twitter: 🤍 #aruba
A look at eBGP configuration and some discussion around finer points that I've learnt over the years. Here I show the config of a three device, multi-AS network then pick through the BGP show commands, and delve into wireshark captures. Timestamps: 04:17 Start of the configuration 09:30 Show bgp all summary 10:00 Configure the peer 11:08 BGP packets in wireshark 12:40 BGP route injection 16:05 The BGP UPDATE packet 17:05 BGP route withdraw 18:14 Adding a third AS and device 19:35 Examining the BGP table 23:18 BGP event logs 25:10 Outro Twitter: 🤍 #aruba
This video is the first video in the SimpliVity & Aruba AOS-CX Switch Integration series that demonstrates Step-by-Step implementation & Integration between SimpliVity v3.7.9 and Aruba AOS-CX Switches
The AOS-CX evolution continues building on current Core features with AOS-CX 10.3 and adds a compelling set of data center technologies to enable building cutting edge Aruba powered data centers. Presented by Scott Koster, Product Line Manager, Switch Software Recorded at Networking Field Day 21 in Silicon Valley, CA on October 4, 2019. For more information, please visit 🤍 or 🤍
Are you ready to learn more about the AOS-CX 10.12 release update? This video series will provide you everything you need to know about the AOS-CX 10.12 software release's features, solutions, and deployment. Download AOS-CX 10.12 technical presentations and resources from the Aruba Airheads Community: 🤍 To learn more about AOS-CX features and solutions: 🤍 To learn more about HPE Aruba Networking switching products and solutions: 🤍 Check out the Aruba CX Quick Start video series: 🤍 Learn more about how Aruba CX and Aruba Central are better together: 🤍
Aruba ESP: Aruba AOS-CX and Aruba Central Better Together: Templates Groups to manage Aruba AOS-CX Switches. Aruba Central a cloud-based networking solution with AI-powered insights, workflow automation, and edge-to-cloud security that empowers IT to manage and optimize campus, branch, remote, data center, and IoT networks from one dashboard. This video will cover demostration Templates Groups to manage Aruba AOS-CX Switches - all from Single pane of glass management. This Video Series will cover about Aruba CX Switching -Listen to Product Quick Start Videos: 🤍 Next-Gen, Cloud-native Switching Designed for the Network Operator, Edge Access to Data Center! To learn about Aruba AOS-CX Software Release Technical Update: 🤍 To learn about Aruba Central & Aruba AOS-CX Better Together: 🤍 AOS-CX User Guides: 🤍
This video shows two advanced scenarios: Windows client behind an IP Phone, and Instant AP with tagged VLANs on an authenticated port. For the device-behind-phone, both devices are authenticated. The phone with MAC authentication, resulting in a voip role in the voice vlan. The client does 802.1X wired and ends up in a contractor role and in the guest VLAN. We just need to increase the maximum number of clients per port: interface 1/1/2-1/1/24 aaa authentication port-access client-limit 3 For the Instant AP, it will create a new role, and instead of a single access VLAN, we now configure a trunk native and multiple tagged VLANs. For this, because the IAP already authenticated the devices, we need to dynamically switch to port mode to avoid all clients being authenticated as well on the switch: port-access role contractor vlan access name Guest VLAN port-access role voip associate policy pol-voip vlan access name Voice VLAN port-access role instant-ap vlan trunk native name Management VLAN vlan trunk allowed name Corporate VLAN vlan trunk allowed name Voice VLAN vlan trunk allowed name Guest VLAN vlan trunk allowed name Untrusted VLAN auth-mode device-mode Workshop video overview, schedule, and discussion can be found on the Airheads Community: 🤍 ⏰Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 00:27 Add port number to Access Tracker view 01:12 Increase client-limit on switch ports 01:55 Connect Windows 10 client behind IP Phone 03:19 AP with tagged VLANs on authenticated port 03:55 Role for instant-ap with VLANs on switch 05:20 Changes to ClearPass for InstantAP authentication 06:50 Connect InstantAP and show result
This video introduces you to the basics of Terraform and walks through installing and using the AOS-CX Terraform Provider to configure and manage your AOS-CX switch. Getting Started with Terraform and AOS-CX on Aruba DevHub: 🤍 AOS-CX Provider on Terraform Registry: 🤍 HashiCorp’s Installation Guide: 🤍 Terraform CLI Guide: 🤍 Terraform Protecting Sensitive Input Variables: 🤍 HashiCorp’s Style Conventions Guide: 🤍 Questions? Feel free to post any questions or solutions to our Airheads Developer Community: 🤍 Kickstart your automation journey with the Aruba Developer Hub for comprehensive guides, resources and API documentation of Aruba products 🤍 ⏰Timestamps: Opening 00:00 Introduction 00:11 Intro to Terraform 00:24 Installing Terraform 01:36 How Terraform Works 01:59 AOS-CX Terraform Provider 03:18 Installing Provider 04:41 Using Provider 06:23 Demo 08:42 Aruba DevHub 13:29 Conclusion 13:53 Intro song: Creative Minds by Bensound.com Background song: Little Idea by Bensound.com
VSF Enhanced Software Upgrade enhances high-availability networks by enabling upgrades of Aruba CX 6300 VSF stacks with reduced data plane impacts. Download Technical Presentation and Resources from Aruba airheads Community: 🤍 Looking learn more about Aruba AOS-CX Features and Solution please refer: 🤍 Looking learn more about Aruba Switching products and solutions please refer: 🤍 Looking learn more about Aruba CX Switches, please find CX quick start video series: 🤍 Looking learn more about Aruba CX and Aruba Central Better Together: 🤍
This video will show how to onboard an Aruba CX VSF stack into Central using UI Groups.
This QuickStart video series consists of easy to consume videos which are focused on introducing new users to the Aruba CX platforms and OS. Part 2 of this series introduces the Aruba CX 8320 Switch Series to the viewer. Please note that there are published PDF versions of the Quick Start series which provide additional guidance on deploying an AOS-CX powered L3 Leaf and Spine Data Center (DC) fabric or a Campus network. AOS-CX Quick Start Videos and Guides : 🤍
- Initial setup / VSX / OSPF / Commands - 교육자료 다운로드 링크 : 🤍