02-13-2014 01:58 AM
I have two IAP-92 in the same network 192.168.1.0/24, I want to be separated into two VC. I disable auto join option, but IAP-02 still join IAP-01.What should i do? thank you.
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02-13-2014 02:13 AM
If your IAPs are in the same network segment you can't have two VC. The only thing you can do to have 2 separate VC is to deploy the IAPs on different VLAN. In this way the IAPs will not see each other.
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02-13-2014 03:43 AM
On IAP-01, make sure there is not an entry in there for 02 in the allowed-ap list. Check again you have auto-join disabled.
On IAP-02, clear the configuration and then log in and reconfigure with different VC address.
That should work, but as m.gallina said, it is better to have them on different subnets.
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02-13-2014 05:03 AM
You can convert them to standalone mode as well :)
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02-13-2014 06:30 AM
What is the use case for this? If you want the concept of "AP Groups", we will be able to help soon
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02-13-2014 07:03 AM
Beacuse my customer will 4 floor IAP & 1 floor IAP connect the same L2 switch device, but hope IAP can be different user control and 1 floor user can't see 4 floor broadcast SSID and switch can't use vlan.
02-13-2014 07:12 AM
In current IAP SW you cannot do this. The only workaround is to make the 1 IAP a "Standalone" IAP. As a Standalone it will not attempt to join another cluster and you can manage it separately. Note, no other IAPs will be able to join the Standalone IAP either.
As Seth mentioned we do have a feature coming in the next Major release that will allow you to do what you need but that is 4 - 8 weeks out roughly.