09-10-2014 07:00 PM
I have 2 VLANs that I need to use a 7210 Mobility Controller to route between.
Subnet for VLAN 5 is 10.5.4.0/24, controller IP address is 10.5.4.254.
Subnet for VLAN 30 is 10.30.4.0/24, controller IP address is 10.30.4.254
Wireless clients are on VLAN 5. They need to route to a wired Windows server on VLAN 30.
I had this working fine until I made a few configuration changes to the controller. The changes were:
Change the regulatory domain profile to remove many 5 GHz channels
change the ARM profile (both a and g) to marginally increase minimum transmit power and
enable csd-override on the ht-radio-profile (for both a and g radios)
enable call-admission control
change the following settings in the ht-ssid-profile for the VLAN 5 clients:
enable the following edca parameters for both ap and station
video aifsn 2 ecw-min 3 ecw-max 4 txop 94 acm 1
voice aifsn 2 ecw-min 2 ecw-max 3 txop 47 acm 1
change the following settings for the SSID profile used by the VLAN 5 clients:
g-basic-rates 5 11
g-tx-rates 5 6 11 12 18 24 36 48 54
diasble the ARP broadcast filter for the VLAN 5 client virtual access point
enable the following traffic management settings for both a and g radios:
bw-alloc virtual-ap "FC-VoWLAN-vap_prof" share 100 enforcement hard
The strange thing is that the inter-vlan routing worked fine when I made the changes but failed within a few hours. Reverting to a backup config before these changes were made makes inter-vlan routing work again. Werid, right?
09-10-2014 09:04 PM
Why are you making these changes if you dont mind sharing ?
Lead Mobility Engineer @ Integration Partners
AMFX | ACMX | ACDX | ACCX | CWAP | CWDP | CWNA
09-10-2014 09:39 PM
I am following a configuration guide for Spectralink 8400 series SIP handsets (specific guide for Aruba controllers, published by Spectralink). The handsets support a limited number of 5 GHz channels that are only a small selection of the valid channels for my regulatory domain (Australia).