Running IAP-105 in a flat layer 2 network with network DHCP in the same subnet. Employee users are able to connect and works fine while Guest users can connect but the splash screen does not appear.
This is the error we get in the AP log:
Jan 5 17:41:13 awc: isc_init: could not resolve 'device.arubanetworks.com'
Are there particular settings we need within the Windows 2008 RC2 SP1 DNS server or on the clients themselves?
In order for me to assist you - give me some further info
Guest login is from IAP internal Dbase
DHCP is from network in the same broadcast domain
Here is my VC config:
version 184.108.40.206-3.2.0virtual-controller-country USvirtual-controller-key eb9980910145da2be6e8f1695f60baa8470dc5e5cb13569107name Instant-CB:30:43clock timezone none 00 00rf-band 5.0
arm wide-bands 5ghzmin-tx-power 18max-tx-power 127band-steering-mode prefer-5ghzair-time-fairness-mode fair-accessclient-awareip dhcp pooldns-server 192.168.26.12domain-name wthd.local
syslog-level debug ap-debugsyslog-level debug networksyslog-level warn securitysyslog-level warn systemsyslog-level warn usersyslog-level warn user-debugsyslog-level warn wireless
user tracya c85b41ebe38ac06c222955032741594b43c479630d3ba3a3 portalmgmt-user admin 1432ae2499f6a2ebe9feb32cd14425ac
wlan access-rule default_wired_port_profilerule any any match any any any permitwlan access-rule guest_ROBOrule any any match any any any permitwlan access-rule dell_ROBOrule any any match any any any permitwlan ssid-profile guest_ROBOindex 0type guestessid guest_ROBO
opmode opensystemmax-authentication-failures 0auth-server InternalServerrf-band allcaptive-portal internaldtim-period 1inactivity-timeout 1000broadcast-filter none
dmo-channel-utilization-threshold 90local-probe-req-thresh 0max-clients-threshold 64
wlan ssid-profile dell_ROBOindex 1type employeeessid dell_ROBOwpa-passphrase 9fb11962d8f5609ef4d0e96ab41806803ff9919352c01179opmode wpa2-psk-aesmax-authentication-failures 0auth-server InternalServerrf-band allcaptive-portal disabledtim-period 1inactivity-timeout 1000broadcast-filter nonedmo-channel-utilization-threshold 90local-probe-req-thresh 0max-clients-threshold 64
enet-vlan guestauth-survivability cache-time-out 24
wlan captive-portalbackground-color 65280 banner-color 255redirect-url "http://www.dell.com"banner-text "Welcome to Guest Network"terms-of-use "This network is not secure, and use is at your own risk" use-policy "Please read terms and conditions before using Guest Network"authenticated
wlan external-captive-portalserver localhostport 80url "/"auth-text "Authenticated"
blacklist-time 3600auth-failure-blacklist-time 3600
wired-port-profile default_wired_port_profileswitchport-mode accessallowed-vlan allnative-vlan 1shutdownaccess-rule-name default_wired_port_profilespeed autoduplex fullno poetype guestauth-server InternalServercaptive-portal internalno dot1x
enet0-port-profile default_wired_port_profileenet1-port-profile default_wired_port_profileenet2-port-profile default_wired_port_profile
uplink preemptionenforce nonefailover-internet-pkt-lost-cnt 10failover-internet-pkt-send-freq 30failover-vpn-timeout 180
airgroupservice airplaydisabledescription AirPlayid _airplay._tcpid _raop._tcp
airgroupservice airprintdisabledescription AirPrintid _ipp._tcpid _pdl-datastream._tcpid _printer._tcpid _scanner._tcpid _universal._sub._ipp._tcpid _printer._sub._http._tcpid _http._tcpid _http-alt._tcpid _ipp-tls._tcpid _fax-ipp._tcpid _riousbprint._tcpid _cups._sub._ipp._tcpid _cups._sub._fax-ipp._tcpid _ica-networking._tcpid _ptp._tcpid _canon-bjnp1._tcp
Take a look on the following guide:
tell me if u configure you guest networks the same and if not what is the diffrent - you can enlage all the screenshots there.
Kdisc, in that scenario he is using the VC to provide DHCP IP addresses to the wireless guest clients while we are trying to use the local network since this is a small branch office setup. We can do this but what addresses will the VC hand out? Are they routable addresses as our local network is in the 192.168 space so we do not have IP routing enabled in the switch as it is operating purely at L2.
Also, since we already have a DHCP in the network would the VC DHCP cause conflicts?
If you use the magic VLAN (VC assigned) for guests, the traffic will be natted out of the VC. That is the best way to do it.
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