09-05-2013 10:35 AM
I have 2 SSID's on an AP-105 configured in RAP Mode, one is in tunnel mode and works fine but.... the other is in bridged mode and is exhibiting strange behaviour.
The SSID is WPA2-PSK in Bridged Mode. There is only a single VLAN on the Site and switch port is configured as an Access Port. Wired clients get there IP Address on the VLAN OK.
The Wireless Client associates OK but does not get an IP Address. However if I assign a fixed IP from the LAn Ip Subnet Client is able to ping within the VLAN and across the network with no problems.
This suggests to me that Bridged Mode is working fine and Layer2 between the SSID and LAN is intact. Else ping would not work to the default gateway on the Local LAN. The Role that gets assign has only one rule which is AllowAll (any any any permit).
Any insight into what may be going on would be appreciated.
09-06-2013 05:58 AM
What is your Initial role in the AAA profile for the Bridged Virtual AP? In that role, what are its rights? (policies)
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09-09-2013 01:47 AM
The Intitial Role in the AAA Profe equates to an "AllowAll" rule. see below.
aaa profile "Test-VoIP-aaa_prof"
access-list session allowall
ip access-list session allowall
any any any permit