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MSR2k act as a DHCP server for a wireless client

  • 1.  MSR2k act as a DHCP server for a wireless client

    Posted Nov 29, 2011 12:42 PM

     

    Hi All,

     

    Could anyone give me a step by step procedure in configuring the the device a DHCP Server.  this is my sample set-up 1 MSR2k connected to LAN with internet access  with network 192.168.2.x/24 I want wireless client will get ip add from the MSR with a series for e.g 10.10.10.x/24.  Here is my concern Im able to get an ip address with 10.10.10.x series wireless connected but Im not able to go through the internet ? Does any one could give a full details of the configurations.?

     

    Thanks!

     

    Regards,

    Marlon



  • 2.  RE: MSR2k act as a DHCP server for a wireless client

    Posted Nov 29, 2011 10:39 PM

    The MSR isn't NAT'n that traffic so you would need a route from your 192 network pointing to the MSR for the 10 network.

     

    Jenga



  • 3.  RE: MSR2k act as a DHCP server for a wireless client

    Posted Dec 01, 2011 12:35 AM

    Hi Jenga,

     

    Could you give me complete set of config.

    Thanks in advance..

     

    Regards,

    marlon



  • 4.  RE: MSR2k act as a DHCP server for a wireless client

    Posted Dec 07, 2011 06:01 PM

    Not sure if my reply is too late, but

     

    1. MSR supports NAT/PAT and you can turn on it at the gateway Ethernet interface for this purpose

    2. MSR supports DHCP server too, you just need to enable DHCP server on the VLAN and then add both Ethernet and BSS to the VLAN.

     

    Best,

    Xu



  • 5.  RE: MSR2k act as a DHCP server for a wireless client

    Posted Dec 20, 2011 03:14 AM

    you can configure DHCP server as xu said.

    about Nat ,you can configure static one to one nat such as :

    static  outside 10.64.146.124 inside 113.1.1.5 out-interface gigabit-ethernet 0 

    or you can configure Multi-to-one address translation based on ACL.such as :

    access-group acl1 global pool song out-interface gigabit-ethernet 0

    you should configure acl1 ,and ip nat pool first.

    more detail please refer "Aruba Mesh Router CLI Configuration Guide"



  • 6.  RE: MSR2k act as a DHCP server for a wireless client

    Posted Dec 20, 2011 11:15 AM

    Folks, FYI. I will be moving this thread under Aruba Products board shortly.