06-22-2016 12:33 PM
Our Old configuration was a Guest SSID configured and a Internal SSID all coming back to a Aruba 3200 controller. The controller was configured to all me to split the 2 networks. Once was attached directly into our Internal network from port 1 of the 3200, the other was attached directly to our Public Router where DHCP has handed out for the public SSID's clients.
On the new IAP-205 I see how to set up the 2 sperate SSID's / DHCP's. I am having a hard time figuring out how I split these 2 networks to 2 seperate VLANs coming back to the L3 switch. My thought is that on my HP Procurve switch I would connect the access points to a Trunk ( Tagged ) VLAN(s) port. Then on the switch have the Public VLAN connect to the public router, and the Private VLAN feed back to the internal network.
I am unable to get the 2 VLANS on the wired side of the I-AP in trunck mode?
Obviously my thinking is incorrect when moving from a controller to a I-AP Virtual Controller.
06-23-2016 03:04 AM
Where is your AP getting it's IP from? Is that from the internal VLAN or a separate management VLAN?
If internal vlan, you can set the uplink of the IAP as trunked. you might gain some information from this thread: http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Aruba-Instan
If management vlan, you'll have to set the switch port as trunk with a native vlan id (mgmt). uplink configuration can remain as-is
06-23-2016 05:19 AM
My I-AP is given its IP address via DHCP on the internal VLAN 14, I currently have the virtual controller IP also set to an IP in the VLAN 14. The Switch is also on the VLAN14 IP range.
The External VLAN in the SSID I would like to set to VLAN1921 and have the traffic handled at the L3 switch.
06-23-2016 06:12 AM
Either use the internal vlan as untagged/pvid on a tagged interface and use default instead of static in the SSID configuration, or tag the uplink of the IAP cluster.