I have a Cisco ASA 5505 with an Extreme 3825i plugged into it. I am pushing a VNS with a WLAN which requires zero authentication (trying to start off EASY). Right now I have it set in Bridged@AP mode, as I am trying to establish a guest network at the local site level.
I can see the SSID, and join it just fine, but I can never obtain a DHCP address. I am sort of at a loss here. There doesn't really seem to be much to configure? I can choose to tag/untag the port. But this is a Cisco ASA 5505 and there are only two VLAN's I am permitted to use, which is '1' for the local net, and '2' for the external NIC. I have tried setting it to tagged and untagged, but to no avail. When I run a packet capture while connecting, it appears that I am sending discover's to an empty room.
When I plug into the wired network - I get an address right away. I have determined that there are no licensing problems or filters on the ASA. But I have to wonder if it's just ignoring this traffic for some reason.