08-02-2014 06:37 AM
I am planning to install the code 6.3 to enable airgroup.
We have 3 kinds of users in the network. Domain users, Onboarded BYOD's and Guest. I am allowing domain users to pass through core network. I have dedicated one port directly to core network to pass the traffic.
And for Onboarded devices and guest, they are completely isolated from network and they assigned to one port which directly goes to firewall ( default gateway for BYOD'S and guests) and then internet.
Now if i want domain users, BYOD's and guest to access bonjour devices which i may place in BYOD subnet. Will all three kinds of users can access bonjour devices or else all three vlans should be able to communicate i mean inter vlan routing. Present situation , these three subnets cant reach each other.
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08-02-2014 06:40 AM
08-02-2014 06:50 AM
So they should be able to reach other.
So in my case, if i do routing between these 3 segments from firewall would be fine ri8.
Does NATing breaks air group requests or will it forward ??
08-23-2014 07:02 AM
I understood that airgroup does proxy for user requests and unicast responses.
Airgroup controller will discover all the devcies providing bonjour services.
If i am trying to find apple tv from ipad where this both in different vlans. So airgroup jus recieves the mdns query (ipad) and ipad will see the devices which are cached in airgroup table or else it will readvertise across all the vlans on the controller as L3 multicast to discover the bonjour devices.
08-23-2014 07:48 AM
And will it readvertise from source ip(ipad) to 188.8.131.52 ??
So controller re advertises accross the vlans and gets MDNS responses for MDNS queries and converts them to unicast mdns response and directs to User who initiated MDNS query.
So in that case there is no intervlan routing happening. Controller jus recieving MDNS responses/queries and forwarding to user????
08-23-2014 07:52 AM
The user subnet needs to be routable to the media server as the actual media transmission is unicast.