02-23-2016 06:06 AM - edited 02-23-2016 06:33 AM
Hi there, since our customer has trouble connecting Chromecasts to their WiFi netwerk (using IAP215 on firmware 184.108.40.206.-220.127.116.11) we are testing at our own office.
We used as well an IAP103 on same firmware, as well on latest 18.104.22.168.-22.214.171.124.
Unfortunately we can't manage to make the Chromecast 2 work on Aruba Instant network. We have tried a OPEN and secured WPA2 WiFi network - with Services as DNLA enabled and disabled.
Does anyone understand and or can help with a solution? I have attached screenshot (they are in dutch but I put most importatn translation on it).
edit: ps I can ee in Instant the Chromecast has an IP, but on screen it stil shows 'trying to connect to network'.
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02-23-2016 07:32 AM - edited 02-23-2016 07:45 AM
If you have broadcast filtering disabled on your SSIDs, it should work without Airgroup. Please try that.
The only two reasons why you would need to use Airgroup Are:
- You have broadcast filtering set to "all" or "arp" on your SSIDS
- Your clients are not on the same subnet as your DLNA devices.
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06-17-2016 07:32 PM
I am also having the same problem with a Chromecast 2 and multiple versions of Aruba IAP-205 firmware including the latest early release. Does anyone at the Aruba Lab have a chromecast to try? I am on a typical WPA2 network, multicast filtering disabled...
10-06-2016 11:54 AM
For me having any of the roaming features (802.11r,k,v) enabled caused the Chromecast to not associate. I had to created a separate SSID profile without those enabled in order to get the Chromecast to connect.