I´ve implemented a Wired-MAC based Service for my switch ports. The service checks the category of the device, which is connected to the switch (Computer,VoIP Phone,Access Point).This works fine, the AccessPoint is recognized correctly and the appropiate VLANs are assigned (one untagged VLAN for the AP and two tagged VLANs).If I now try to establish a Wifi connection the correct service is hit and the correct profile is assigned. But I looks like, if the VLANs isn´t assigned correctly (The client didn´t get an IP address, so I guess it´s not in the correct VLAN).If I connect the AccessPoint to a port where I assign the VLANs (one unttagged, two tagged) static, everything is working fine. Not sure if it is a CPPM configuration or a switch configuration problem...Switch: Aruba 2530, (YA.16.10.0013)Access Point: Aruba IAP 305 (220.127.116.11)
I think your client enforcement profile isn't correct.Try to use the vendor specific attribute "Aruba-User-Vlan".
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