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Configure 103H E1 and E2 as if AP wasn't there?

I tried the search, and googling but to no luck. I only find topics that touch on what I tryi to do, or reference versions of Aruba OS which I don't have.  

 

I have been given AP-103h to cover the jacks in a dorm room. The AP will use the dorm subnet which can get to Aruba controller. How can I set up the wired ports on bottom of 103H (E1 and E2) to be on same subnet as AP, as if AP wasn't there? Can I make them work same as pass through? 

 

I run 6.4.3.6

 

Thank you.

Re: Configure 103H E1 and E2 as if AP wasn't there?

Create a wired AP Profile in bridge mode and assign it to the AP switchports.

 

Wired AP enable: Yep
Forward mode: bridge
Switchport mode: access
Access mode VLAN: whatever VLAN you need client to be in
Trusted: Yep

 If that doesn't work you could set the port to be untrusted and assign a AAA profile with the initial role as authenticated.

 

Cheers

James

Cheers
James

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Re: Configure 103H E1 and E2 as if AP wasn't there?

Thanks for helping!

I must have made a mistake somewhere, now the wired ports take me to the wireless client vlan, not the vlan the AP is plugged in to. Is it possible to make e1 and e2 act as if ap is just a dumb switch, and not tunnel traffic back to controller as if wired clients are wireless?

 

Thanks again for help!

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Re: Configure 103H E1 and E2 as if AP wasn't there?

Found my error. Problem was not setting split-tunnel as bridge type.  Bridged as suggested send all traffic to wireless client vlan. Split lets wired traffic stay on wired vlan and tunnel back wireless.   Thanks for insight and sending me down right path!

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