07-21-2014 09:23 AM - edited 07-21-2014 09:26 AM
I found some issue on below design.
APs :IAP 135
FW (DHCP Pool) : Fortigate
SW " csico 2960XR
vlan101 : 192.168.101.0/24 (SSID:internal)
vlan103 :192.168.103.0/24(SSID : guest)
. provide 2 segments(vlan101 for internal, vlan103 is for guest)
. assign IP into each IAP135 to manage(control) from vlan103 DHCP pool
1. Each wifi-user belong to internal and guest can get ip address through IAP135 whcih connected trunk port.
2. But IAP135 itself cannot get a IP address from DHCP pool.
So I assinged manually ip( but cannot access from vlan101 segment.
So I tried to find exact issue :
I with another IAP135, connected to access port(vlan101) on cisco SW, IAP135 can get IP address from DHCP srv(vlan101)
and can ping / access this IAP135 on vlan101 segment.
what is the problem? native vlan is 1(default).
I believe if i use a native vlan insteat of vlan 101, it may works but I don't like to use vlan 1 as a production.
(of cource I can assing vlan 101 as a native vlan on all devices, but i cannot find a proper command on fortigate and auba AP)
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07-21-2014 09:38 AM
I always thank you for your help. this is thrd time!
qucik question for native vlan,
is it possible to assging non-vlan(lan101) into native vlan on Aruba IAP135?
thanks in advance
07-21-2014 09:53 AM
You can do this by clicking on the IAP in the access point list, click edit and go to the Uplink tab. You'll see the "Uplink Management VLAN" option.