11-10-2014 03:09 AM
I've got a RAP3 connected over the internet to a 3200XM controller. Using the LAN pors on the RAP 3 I can connect to our headquarters LAN through the 3200XM controller. However I can't get the WLAN to work on the RAP3.
I've greated a new WLAN for the AP Group which the RAP 3 is asigned to. The forwarding mode for the AP Group is set to Tunnel, intended for Internal use with Open Authentication. When the RAP connects to the Controller the WLAN light is amber and no WLAN avaliable.
Before converting the RAP3 I updated its software, the version of the controller software is also updated to 6.2
Any suggestions ?
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11-10-2014 03:21 AM
11-25-2014 04:04 AM
Hi, Sorry for taking so long to reply. My licence exprired just after posting the problem.
When I ran show ap database i can see Flag R-c2 for this RAP.
The RAP is assigned to an AP Group called Default, it wireless LAN settings are set to use VLAN 1 and this is assigned to Port 3 which is NATed out to the internet.
Only one port is connected to our LAN, Port 3, and this is working for the LAN connection from the RAP.
11-25-2014 04:21 AM
When I run show "ap-group default" I get the follwoing
AP group "default"
Virtual AP Staff_Remote-vap_prof
802.11a radio profile default
802.11g radio profile default
Ethernet interface 0 port configuration default
Ethernet interface 1 port configuration default
Ethernet interface 2 port configuration shutdown
Ethernet interface 3 port configuration default
Ethernet interface 4 port configuration shutdown
AP system profile default
802.11a Traffic Management profile N/A
802.11g Traffic Management profile N/A
Regulatory Domain profile default
RF Optimization profile default
RF Event Thresholds profile default
IDS profile default
Mesh Radio profile default
Mesh Cluster profile N/A
Provisioning profile N/A
AP authorization profile default