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Registered: ‎09-09-2011

Lab/Practice Guide for MSR2000

Hello ,

Does anyone here have a guide with configurations and diagram for testing purposes with different scenario because I have this WMI Configuration manual which states only the descriptions of the parameters to configure and limited to details.

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Marlon
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Re: Lab/Practice Guide for MSR2000

Please try the attached file.


Colin Joseph
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Site survey

Thanks joseph! i already got this in the support site.

I'll be doing a site survey where 1 MSR2000 will be configured as access point only and no internet connection in the ethernet, Which ip address should I ping for coverage with ping testing. The management ip address or should I set a static ip add in the BSSID?
I set 192.168.2.69 in the management interface I can access the radio via ethernet the rest of the setting is default. I configured 1 SSID and set as Vlan access 1.
Im not able to connect to the SSID I made my wireless card set to static with the same subnet.

I try to set to static ip add in the BSSID 192.168.3.100 which the system permit me because Im not able to configure with the same subnet with the management, any explanation?
And try to set my wireless ip same subnet with the BSSID static IP add that I configured and still Im not able to connect?

Any ideas?

thanks for the help!
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Registered: ‎03-07-2011

Site survey

Marlon,

In this case, I'd recommend following changes:

1. Create a DHCP server pool on MSR2000 with WMI
I.e., create a DHCP server pool 192.168.3.2 -- 192.168.3.200 with name POOL_1

2. On BSS, apply to DHCP pool created above and assign gateway IP to BSS
You can do it with either WMI or CLI. And CLIs to do so are:
MSR2K#conf t
MSR2K(conf)#interface dot11radio 0
MSR2K(conf-dot11radio)#bss 15
MSR2K(conf-dot11radio-bss)#dhcp server POOL_1
MSR2K(conf-dott1radio-bss)#ip address 192.168.3.1/32
MSR2K(conf-dott1radio-bss)#end

As you can see, we create a DHCP pool 192.168.3.2 -- 192.168.3.200, and turn on the DHCP server in the BSS interface. We also assign the gateway IP 192.168.3.1 to the BSS interface, so your laptops will get IP address from 192.168.3.X (X=2..200), and you can ping BSS at 192.168.3.1



Thanks joseph! i already got this in the support site.

I'll be doing a site survey where 1 MSR2000 will be configured as access point only and no internet connection in the ethernet, Which ip address should I ping for coverage with ping testing. The management ip address or should I set a static ip add in the BSSID?
I set 192.168.2.69 in the management interface I can access the radio via ethernet the rest of the setting is default. I configured 1 SSID and set as Vlan access 1.
Im not able to connect to the SSID I made my wireless card set to static with the same subnet.

I try to set to static ip add in the BSSID 192.168.3.100 which the system permit me because Im not able to configure with the same subnet with the management, any explanation?
And try to set my wireless ip same subnet with the BSSID static IP add that I configured and still Im not able to connect?

Any ideas?

thanks for the help!


Occasional Contributor II
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎09-09-2011

Re: Lab/Practice Guide for MSR2000


Marlon,

In this case, I'd recommend following changes:

1. Create a DHCP server pool on MSR2000 with WMI
I.e., create a DHCP server pool 192.168.3.2 -- 192.168.3.200 with name POOL_1

2. On BSS, apply to DHCP pool created above and assign gateway IP to BSS
You can do it with either WMI or CLI. And CLIs to do so are:
MSR2K#conf t
MSR2K(conf)#interface dot11radio 0
MSR2K(conf-dot11radio)#bss 15
MSR2K(conf-dot11radio-bss)#dhcp server POOL_1
MSR2K(conf-dott1radio-bss)#ip address 192.168.3.1/32
MSR2K(conf-dott1radio-bss)#end

As you can see, we create a DHCP pool 192.168.3.2 -- 192.168.3.200, and turn on the DHCP server in the BSS interface. We also assign the gateway IP 192.168.3.1 to the BSS interface, so your laptops will get IP address from 192.168.3.X (X=2..200), and you can ping BSS at 192.168.3.1




Thanks Joseph! I'll try this once I receive the test unit.
Do you have any reference for deployment where MSR2000 as works as an L2 or complex L3 switch aside from the Quickstart that refer to me?
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