03-21-2017 01:16 PM
Can a GRE tunnel service multple SSiD's on a controller? Example, running a GRE tunnel back between a small office controller and a campus controller for ssid-A (public internet access). Can this same GRE Tunnel service the traffic for another ssid-B that is on the same vlan as guest?
Reason I am asking, ssid-A traffic is getting the correct network, but the ssid-B is getting wrong network, even though they are both on same vlan. ssid-B is getting network from another ssid-C, that is not running through a GRE tunnel, the ssid-C is locally routed.
GRE tunnel is up on both ends, traffic does pass correctly on the ssid-A wlan.
Running code 22.214.171.124 on 7010 (small office) and 7220 (campus) controllers.
thanks in advance.
03-21-2017 03:20 PM
Yes it can. All you have to do is to associate VLANs for both SSIDs with the tunnel.
interface tunnel 1
tunnal vlan 5,10
where 5 is the VLAN for SSID1 and 10 is the VLAN for SSID 2
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