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  • 1.  problem to connect wireless controller c5210 to access point in different vlan

    Posted 07-26-2016 03:37
    i have problem to connect wireless controller c5210 to access point in different vlan.
    how to configure my controler to solve yhis problem. and work correctly in different vlan.


  • 2.  RE: problem to connect wireless controller c5210 to access point in different vlan



  • 3.  RE: problem to connect wireless controller c5210 to access point in different vlan

    Posted 07-26-2016 11:30
    Hi,

    recommend is to use a physical port.(esa)
    Then you have to enable AP registartion on that.
    You need provide IP connectivity between AP and the Controller ( routing or switching)

    Regards
    Umut Aydin


  • 4.  RE: problem to connect wireless controller c5210 to access point in different vlan

    Posted 07-27-2016 01:28
    hi
    routing is correct between controller an ap but I have problem in correct registeration.


  • 5.  RE: problem to connect wireless controller c5210 to access point in different vlan

    Posted 07-27-2016 04:23
    Could you PLEASE go in more detail or we'll never fix the configuration issue.

    - screenshot of topology that is used for AP registration
    - screenshot of ping from AP CLI to the controller topology
    - network diagram


  • 6.  RE: problem to connect wireless controller c5210 to access point in different vlan

    Posted 07-27-2016 11:43
    Do you have VPN-WAN between AP and controller..then you need maybe to lower the AP MTU size. (MTU under ->static configuration).

    Otherwise please open a case in the GTAC so that we can look on it.

    Thanks
    Regards
    Umut Aydin



  • 7.  RE: problem to connect wireless controller c5210 to access point in different vlan

    Posted 08-03-2016 08:12
    Hi

    1) If you are using DHCP for AP then make sure ( DHCP option 43 or 78 is enabled for AP scope).
    How to configure DHCP option 43 / 78 for your AP , you will get that on Internet. Configuration differs with AP Model.

    2) AP registration should be enabled on the Interface you are using.

    3) Make sure you allow all vlans on the controllers interface if you are using B@ewc
    Make sure the Controllers interface connecting to the switch is configured as access port for the respective controller VLAN if you are using B@ap

    Regards
    SaiPrasad