09-07-2012 01:20 AM
09-07-2012 03:20 AM
In the AP System Profile of the Ap-Group, Configure the Wired AP profile in the Enet Profile. Set the forward mode the bridged and set the VLAN to 1.
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09-07-2012 11:26 AM
This is a feature that will be available in our next major release (3.1) due before the end of this quarter. To configure it, when it ia available: Highlight the AP in the WebUI > click on the Uplink tab > Select "Enabled" on "Eth 0 Bridging". See the screen capture attached.
10-01-2014 08:08 AM
does this count for IAP92/93 too ? would like to kick out my netgear extender wifi at home which connects to existing wifi and gives me that wifi network on its 4port switch as bridge access so i can connect some ethernet device to it.
so, same i would like to do with iap92/93 to use the wifi uplink feature, and then activate eth0-bridge , and use vlan1 , but config seems to be defining this as trunk . in my case i have to change to switchport-access perhaps via cli cause not able to change wired_default_profile from trunk to switchport .
for the moment it seems the wifi uplink seems not working, but i wonder cause i had this wifi uplink only (without ethernet bridge) properly same configured in may 2014 with older iap OS.
CLI log says :
Loading configuration file of length 2.7k...
wifi uplink detected...
extened ssid config detected...
Terminal access enabled...
Valid SSID detected...
do ethtool autoneg on for eth0
so it seems the wifi uplink is properly accessed , have to check other logs too. just wanted to know if the eth0 bridge generally works for iap93 devices too (the wifi uplink is a separate problem yes i know.).
10-01-2014 08:09 AM - edited 10-01-2014 08:10 AM
>n the AP System Profile of the Ap-Group, Configure the Wired AP profile in the Enet Profile. Set the forward mode the bridged and set the VLAN to 1.
well this is ArubaOS on controller, i know there it works as expected , as using it for years.
in my case it's 220.127.116.11 on instantOS .
10-01-2014 08:14 AM
ok seems switchport-mode access is avail in instantOS too, cool ;-) so for the moment it's :
so this seems to be properly configured, now lets solve my wifi uplink problem, in may i had to change from wpa2 -> wpa1 to connect as wifi uplink to my umts wifi huawei with the iap92 . i wonder why it doesnt work with wpa2 .