12-15-2015 12:55 PM
Please see below setup:
12 IAPs with virtual controller and no mobility controller
SSID Type VLAN DHCP
emp_test employee 20 172.31.160.0/255.255.224.0
pub_test guest 30 172.31.192.0/255.255.224.0
Protocol: Manual GRE
Host: 192.168.200.10 --> IP address of VC
GRE Type: 1
Per-AP tunnel: Enabled
I have my test laptop running on Win 7 Pro and we have a domain network. After connecting to the wi-fi on either of the SSIDs, I see my wireless interface showing the domain name which gives me a sign that is it's connecting to the domain. But after the login process, it tells me that I am given a temporary profile because it cannot access the shared folder where my roaming profile is. The shared folder appears on my Windows Explorer but clicking it tells me there's an error while reconnecting which does not happen when I'm wired. I can ping the gateway, DNSes and can do nslookup. This issue drives me crazy and my level of frustration is going high.
Can anyone help me?
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12-16-2015 03:59 AM
Do you have any firewall policies attached to the roles of your users that could be blocking traffic?
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12-16-2015 10:30 AM
Thanks Colin for the reply. As an update, I changed my version to 184.108.40.206-220.127.116.11_52666.
Initially, I have no firewall policies setup. Are you referring to the Security-->Roles tab? I checked everything and allow Source-NAT but still getting the same result.
12-22-2015 07:42 AM
I haven't got any reply since. So far, it's working stable now. What I did was to provide Access Rules on each ot the wireless network. I selected any to all destinations and change source address to Access Point's (Source-NAT). This basically solved the issue. Hopefully, this is the last thing that needs to be done prior to production deployment.