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AP125 ENET1 VLANs tunneling to Controller

Hi,

I have 3200 Controller running ArubaOS 6.4.4.22 at HQ and RAP 125 at branch office.  What I am trying to do is bridge some VLANs across the the internet so both sides would be in same VLAN broadcast domain.  On the Controller interface 1/0 is set as trunk mode and 1/3 is the WAN link.  The config has these settings:

 

interface gigabitethernet 1/0
description "Trunked-VLANS"
trusted vlan 9
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk allowed vlan 9,502
no spanning-tree

 

interface gigabitethernet 1/3
description "WAN"
trusted
trusted vlan 1
ip access-group "controller-protection-acl" session
no spanning-tree

 

ap wired-ap-profile "RAP-wired-ap"
wired-ap-enable
trusted
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk allowed vlan 9

 

ap wired-port-profile "RAP-wired-ap"
wired-ap-profile "RAP-wired-ap"

 

# show vlan

VLAN CONFIGURATION
------------------
VLAN Description Ports AAA Profile
---- ----------- ----- -----------
1 Default GE1/1-3 Pc0-7 N/A
9 VLAN0009 GE1/0 N/A
502 VLAN0502 GE1/0 N/A

 

#show trunk

Trunk Port Table
-----------------
Port Vlans Allowed Vlans Active Native Vlan
---- ------------- ------------ -----------
GE1/0 9,502 9,502 1

 

But it shows "Forward-mode" as none:

#show ap port status ap-name 00:1a:1e:c9:69:42

AP "00:1a:1e:c9:69:42" Port Status (updated every 60 seconds)
-------------------------------------------------------------
Port MAC Type Forward Mode Admin Oper Speed Duplex 802.3az PoE STP TX-Packets TX-Bytes RX-Packets RX-Bytes
---- --- ---- ------------ ----- ---- ----- ------ ------- --- --- ---------- -------- ---------- --------
0 00:1a:1e:c9:69:42 GE N/A enabled up 1 Gb/s full N/A N/A N/A 132329 30476225 190493 80675531
1 00:1a:1e:c9:69:43 GE none enabled up 100 Mb/s full N/A N/A N/A 9 1177 42848 3155680

 

RAP125 ENET1 is connected to a trunk port at branch office.  I assigned a laptop with a static VLAN 9 IP but can't pass traffic to Controller.  From Controller I can ping nodes in VLAN 9.  What am I missing?  TIA!

 

LT

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Re: AP125 ENET1 VLANs tunneling to Controller

Hi,

 

From checking the below config, the RAP wired port is expecting a tagged vlan so if you connect your laptop it will not work. You need to either connect the laptop to a switch that has vlan 9 tagged all the way to the RAP port or  you need to set the native vlan to 9 or change the mode to access vlan 9.

 

ap wired-ap-profile "RAP-wired-ap"
wired-ap-enable
trusted
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk allowed vlan 9

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Re: AP125 ENET1 VLANs tunneling to Controller

Yes, sorry I my laptop is connected to a Cisco switch (access port).  RAP ENET1 connected to trunk port on Cisco.

 

LT

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