How do I set up an aerohive AP?
- 1 How do I set up an aerohive AP?
- 2 How to Connect an AP to HiveManager?
- 3 Which ports need to be open between the local AP and ExtremeCloud IQ?
- 4 What are the elements of a rule that classify traffic?
- 5 What do I need to know about my Aerohive AP?
How do I set up an aerohive AP?
Log in to Hivemanager, check that the AP is listed on the Monitor > Devices > Access Points > Aerohive APs page. Select the check box for the AP, and then click Modify to view its current device-level settings and make any changes if needed.
How to Connect an AP to HiveManager?
To do this, follow these steps:
- Power on the AP and allow it to find and connect to HiveManager Classic.
- Select the check box next to the AP, and then choose Update > Advanced > Update Country.
- On the Update Country Code page, choose the appropriate country code from the drop-down list, and then click Upload.
How do I update my aerohive AP?
Procedure: Log into the AP via WebUI (https) using your pre-configured or default credentials (admin/aerohive or admin/Aerohive1) Go to “Upgrade HiveOS Software” Click on “Choose File” and navigate to the AP firmware image downloaded earlier. Select “Activate at next reboot”
How do I reset my AP aerohive?
Reset Button The reset button allows you to reboot the device or reset the AP to its factory default settings. Insert a paper clip, or something similar, into the Reset pinhole and press the reset button. To reboot the device, hold the button down between 1 and 5 seconds.
What are some configuration objects that can be assigned within a network policy based on classification rules?
Classification objects can be DNS servers, VLANs, RADIUS servers, and device templates.
Why would an organization use Capwap?
The IETF developed CAPWAP with three goals in mind: to centralize authentication and policy enforcement functions in wireless networks, to shift higher-level protocol processing away from access points and to provide an extensible protocol that could be used with various types of access points (APs).
Which ports need to be open between the local AP and ExtremeCloud IQ?
Standard Services and Ports
- All IQ Engine devices communicate with ExtremeCloud IQ over CAPWAP on UDP port 12222, or if that port is blocked, on CAPWAP-over-HTTP on TCP port 80.
- All communications and file downloads between IQAgent devices and ExtremeCloud IQ occur over HTTPS on TCP port 443.
What are the elements of a rule that classify traffic?
A Traffic Classification rule has two main parts: Traffic Description and Actions. The Traffic Description identifies the traffic classification type for the rule.
What is IP traffic?
IP traffic is the flow of data across the internet. IP Traffic is also commonly referred to as web traffic. Since all websites are hosted on servers, and servers on networks have IP addresses that denote their location, anytime you access a site, you are generating IP traffic.
How to set up an Aerohive AP on Cisco?
The AP setup for Extreme is pretty straightforward. Even though it is first time venturing in the world of Aerohive/Extreme, I found it pretty easy to navigate and follow the options. The Aerohive CLI commands closely match with Cisco.
Where does the Aerohive AP connect to hivemanager?
Assuming the AP is plugged in, gets a DHCP lease, sets its timing, and can perform DNS resolution, it will connect to redirector.aerohive.com. It will sit there until you add the AP to HiveManager using its serial number. We’ll cover that aspect shortly.
How to configure an Aerohive wireless router?
Whether through a purchase or demo gear, you have your hands on an Aerohive AP. If you have never dealt with Aerohive before from a wireless perspective, you might be asking yourself how to configure the AP. This post is meant to serve as a starting point to take that AP and put some configuration on it so that you can start connecting clients.
What do I need to know about my Aerohive AP?
You’ll know you have a secure connection to redirector or HiveManager if you see a white light displayed on the AP. Some models, like the wall plate AP (model 150W) will use a green light instead of a white light. Generally speaking, if you see anything other than a red/amber light, consider the device properly connected.