Route to external Radius Server on C35

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I have a little challenge with my new C35 Indentifi Wireless Controller and Radius Authentication as follows:

Setup different topologies tagged with vlan (VLAN 10, VLAN 99) and want to authenticate users on the Wireless Network that is bound to VLAN 10 via 802.1x - so far no problem, but the Radius is situated in a different vlan reachable via the Standardgateway of VLAN 99.

I tried to insert a static route but that didnt work out (invalid gateway ip adress). do i have to take care of anything special when trying to enter a static route?

is there any way to get that solved or do i have to setup ipforwarding on our switches (which our client i suppose doesn't really want to see because of security issues)

any ideas would be appreciated!

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That isn't working as the topology of the SenBNoMgmt is bridge@ac.
You should always use at least one "physical" topology so you'd use it to route traffic.

I can't remember if that will work so you'd need to give it a try ... add another bridge@ac topology tagged 99 with a IP in the RADIUS subnet i.e. and check whether the controller could communicate with the RADIUS.