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Occasional Contributor II

RAP 5 WN

Hello,

 

I have a RAP 5 WN that will be placed in a remote location, in tunneled mode. I have createD a VLAN with the following settings:

 

VLAN ID IP Address Net Mask Associated Ports

42010.7.1.1255.255.255.0

GE1/0

 

This RAP should function as a default gateway and this gateway should have the IP address 10.7.1.240.

I have set this up under DHCP part, I have assigned a default router 10.7.1.240 in the DHCP pool.

It doesn't seem to work, clients connected to this network, get a correct IP address and a correct default gateway,

 

but I think I'm missing something concerning the routing part of this VLAN.

 

Anyone can help me through this?

Aruba Employee

Re: RAP 5 WN

In tunnel mode, the RAP won't be your default gateway, the controller (or another L3 device downstream connected to the controller) will be the default gateway.  Change VLAN420 on your controller to 10.7.1.240 and you should be all set.

Aruba Employee

Re: RAP 5 WN

Just to double check,

Do you want to bridge traffic locally? or do you want all the traffic sent to controller? 

Occasional Contributor II

Re: RAP 5 WN

All traffic must be send to the controller.

 

Occasional Contributor II

Re: RAP 5 WN

Hello,

 

When I change the IP of the VLAN to the address you proposed, it seems to work.

 

But I'm only able to ping my Aruba master controller. And from there on nothing more.

 

I don't know what I can check further from here

 

 

 

Aruba Employee

Re: RAP 5 WN

Well, from there, you should check routing and what traffic you're allowing in your user role.

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