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Frequent Contributor I

Re: No DHCP address for wireless client with tunneled SSID

I found this out already - must have been so - can't remember exactly, but theres a silly question when you initiate the reboot in the Web-GUI: "Do you want to save the configuration?"

There should be a note in the installation manual...

 

I've done this already with the Textfile you posted in the post http://community.arubanetworks.com/t5/Wireless-Access/Security-Policies-not-having-rule-statements/m-p/250087#M54372 I mentioned earlier.

 

Is this an updated version?

 

Manfred

 

 

 

 

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Re: No DHCP address for wireless client with tunneled SSID

There probably should be a note in the user manual that when you install the PEF license that you should not save the configuration before rebooting.  I will pass that on.

 

The version I just posted is the same as the one before.  If you pasted it in, this is what your authenticated role should have looked like:

 

user-role authenticated
 access-list session global-sacl
 access-list session apprf-authenticated-sacl
 access-list session ra-guard
 access-list session allowall
 access-list session v6-allowall

 

Since it didn't look like that, I am assuming that something went wrong.

 


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Frequent Contributor I

Re: No DHCP address for wireless client with tunneled SSID

It now looks exactly like that.

Tomorrow I will be at the customer site and test it with the initial role "logon" which I think will work now.

 

Manfred

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Re: No DHCP address for wireless client with tunneled SSID

The initial role "Logon" is supposed to be for Captive Portal connections only.  If that is what you want to do, you are on the right track.  If not, you should use "authenticated" for the initial role.


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Frequent Contributor I

Re: No DHCP address for wireless client with tunneled SSID

Hi!

 

Now I'm using the user-role "authenticated" as the inital role and it works as planned.

 

Manfred

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