01-12-2015 05:33 AM
I have a problem to get IP over IAP for my topology.
We're using IAP115 with firmware 188.8.131.52-184.108.40.206 but a few minutes ago we were using 220.127.116.11-18.104.22.168_43022 and the version 22.214.171.124-126.96.36.199.
The full scenario below:
53 IAP 115
Configured to used a VLAN 300 as native vlan and then have 3 others vlan: 10, 90 and 95.
Four ssid created that uses those VLAN.
CORP : vlan 10
Guest: vlan 95
Mobile: vlan 95
VIP: vlan 90
All scope DHCP are created in MS DHCP and working as well with other wireless solution and working as well if I put the switch to access mode.
We're migrating from Cisco to Aruba.
When I try to connect with some of those SSID I can't get an IP.
In the VC alerts I see the following:
Wrong Client VLAN
DHCP request timed out
From the VC I can reach the DHCP as well, the VC IP/MASK/VLAN are configured because without these I can't access any resource in my network.
At the default_wired_profile the vlan Native is 300 and allow all other vlan. The uplink management vlan is not configured.
I try to configure all three scope as Centralized, L2 but it doesn't work. All the time when I try to save I receive the message below:
Error here. no dhcp-relay configured yet
Even I do in CLI or WEB.
The switch port is configured as below:
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport trunk native vlan 300
switchport trunk allowed vlan 10,90,95,300
switchport mode trunk
Any thoughts about that.
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01-12-2015 05:41 AM
Please ensure that you have configured the Helper Address properly fo all the VLANs those you have mapped to the SSIDs.
You will find this option when you are trying to configure DHCP in the IAP.
Please feelfree for any furhter help on this.
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01-12-2015 07:47 AM
Since my switch has DHCP relay configured and all vlan's are tagged at the port the IAP doesn't need to have the scope configured.
After I remove the configuration I could get IP from all VLAN.
Thanks for your time.