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Setting up A200 with remote AP, do I need to use the second physical port for VLAN

Hi all, I am setting up from scratch an A200 (v5 software) and whilst we already use Remote APs in our office, the A200 is located at my home and I'm short on sockets! Before we have always used the second port for the remote VLAN. Do I have to do this or is there a way to use the single port for both? I need to read up/refresh on setting up remote APs again so my descriptions might be a little off!

 

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Re: Setting up A200 with remote AP, do I need to use the second physical port for VLAN

You can just setup NAT translation on your firewall to translate from your public internet address to the private address of your controller.  In addition, you need to allow UDP4500 inbounds on that public address to the private address of the controller.

 



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Re: Setting up A200 with remote AP, do I need to use the second physical port for VLAN

My work mate had been trying to use it last few weeks. He reported it randomly dropped both SSIDs and also seem to knock off the ADSL router at the site! Not sure what happened there but he is going to leave it on at home on his own ADSL and test it there.

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