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Re: Problems with Split Tunnel SSID

Yes, I tested it in a extra vlan, there is a dhcp relay in the vlan and the dhcp works fine for the ssid in tunnel mode...

What can I test next?

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Re: Problems with Split Tunnel SSID

Tunnel mode goes back to the controller and will DHCP from either the controller or upstream.

You need DHCP in the local subnet where the AP is connected.


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Tim

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Regular Contributor I

Re: Problems with Split Tunnel SSID

yes, there is a dhcp in the subnet, the lan connected clients does dhcp in this subnet, and the AP get a IP in this subnet, too.

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Re: Problems with Split Tunnel SSID

Leon123,

What is your ACL for split users..?

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Regular Contributor I

Re: Problems with Split Tunnel SSID

Sorry i found my mistake.

I must put the vlan id 1 on the ssid configuration to use the untagged vlan the AP is connected to.

Sorry guys, shame on me ;-)

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