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edited by on May 8th 2020, at 09:30

The certificate for HiveManager NG has expired on October 23, 2019. As a result, Dell N Series switches running an older firmware or an older version of the HiveAgent, can no longer connect or be connected to HiveManager NG after this date.

The solution is to either update the switch firmware to at least, or manually update the HiveAgent to 1.1.29.

More information:

edited by on September 26th 2019, at 12:11
Check_MK, standalone or as part of OMD (The Open Monitoring Distribution), has built-in support for monitoring AeroHive wireless infrastructure through a Hive Manager. It uses the on-premise Hive Manager in order to collect information from devices registered to the Hive Manager.

Note for HMOL users
Because the agent uses the Hive Manager API, HMOL environments are not supported, as they do not allow the HM API to be enabled.

By default, HM API is turned off. Log on to the Hive Manager using an admin account. Go to:

Home → Administration → HiveManager Settings

Scroll down to API Authorization Settings, then click Settings.

Check Enable API Access, and type in a username, and t  ...
edited by on August 3rd 2016, at 18:18

A very good guide on how to configure your Aerohive wireless network to use RADIUS authentication to authenticate users against a Windows Active Directory, and setting network access (VLAN) based on their group membership:

edited by on April 28th 2016, at 15:11
When pushing out the configuration from the HiveManager to Aerohive APs, and you have one or more captive portal in use, the update may fail with an error about unable to upload the captive portal files. The detailed error message reveals a problem with SCP (such as not enough free space to store files).

The problem is that the "web-directory", a local folder in the AP is taking up too much space on the flash memory. You can completely clear the folder through the CLI, then have the update put the captive portal files back.

Log on directly to the access point with SSH, using the device admin user and the CAPWAP password you specified in the HiveManager.

Clear the contents of the  ...
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