I configured an access point AP-7522E as a Virtual Controller with three vlan to use in three separate networks: one for corporate use that should connect to our existing LAN, another for employees and another for guests. Everything works very well when this AP is the only one in the network. As soon as I try to add a 2nd one to the pool, it doesn't take the vlans configured in the VC and no internet access is given. How to connect a second access point and configure it to an existing VC?
Are you doing any NAT? And who is the DHCP server in this mix? Is it when your clients connects to the VC all is good? In a VC environment for NAT and DHCP to work seamlessly, it's better if you have another device on your network handling these task, NAT and DHCP.
Yes Robert, I can connect to either one via SHH and ping each one without a problem.
Also, here's the output of "show mint neighbors", doing it from the VC:
ap7522-362BF8>show mint neighbors
1 mint neighbors of 1B.36.2B.F8:
1B.36.2C.58 (ap7522-362C58) at level 1, best adjacency vlan-1
Additionally, there is something weird going on: the VC IP adress is 192.168.1.10 and the 2nd AP IP adress is 192.168.1.11, so in this last one the VC should be set to .1.10 but when I unplugged the VC and connect to the 2nd AP (1.11) the VC IP adress by default is set to 192.168.1.148 and level "Centralized". I don't know if that could give you any more lights....