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Set up Aruba IAP-305 APs on CIsco 3750G Switches

I am trying out runnig a group of IAP-305 APs on my network backed by Cisco 3750G switches.  I can get them to connect correctly to all my Wireless VLANS on site, but they are not pulling down an AP address that I can see or reporting to Aruba Central.  Ports are set up as follows:

 

switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport trunk native vlan 50
switchport trunk allowed vlan 7-9,15
switchport mode trunk
switchport voice vlan 11

 

Is there something I'm missing?

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Re: Set up Aruba IAP-305 APs on CIsco 3750G Switches

do you men they are not getting IP addresses? if that is the case, you need to have a DHCP scope on your DHCP server


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Re: Set up Aruba IAP-305 APs on CIsco 3750G Switches

You'll want to add vlan 50 to your allowed list on the trunk.  Should grab a dhcp address at that point.

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Re: Set up Aruba IAP-305 APs on CIsco 3750G Switches

I thought you only put the wireless VLANS in the trunk list.  50 is my management VLAN.

We did set up a DHCP scope.  I have had a couple work for a out 5-10 minutes sending to Aruba and grabbing IPs but then they are not seen anymore by Aruba Central even though they are still broadcasting.

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