We have 8 RAPS in an office space which currently are all u sing the same AP group and VAP, AAA profiles, User roles etc.
One of the APs even though it is broadcasting the SSIDS and connecting ok from clients does not allow internet access.
I have tried to troubleshoot this on the firewall which shows that traffic is allowed through.
As they are RAPs all the traffic comes from behind the IP of the AP and back to the controller on our main site using a NAT.
I was wondering if there is any way to monitor the traffic on a RAP to see what is happening when a user tries to browse the internet and are connected to the AP in question.
Are these SSIDs tunneled, bridged or split tunneled?
@scottm wrote:As they are RAPs all the traffic comes from behind the IP of the AP and back to the controller on our main site using a NAT.
If configured in split-tunnel, this is not necessarily the case.
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