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Re: Google Expeditions

@jkotch


so I have it configured (screenshot).

 

in AirGroups clients I can see the device that makes server (categorized as google expeditions) but the client devices do not detect the server (from the app).

 

I also have the deny inter user traffic and the drop broadcast and multicast activated

Guru Elite

Re: Google Expeditions

Did you try disabling "deny inter user traffic".  If the Google Expeditions device is a user, it might be blocking traffic between that device and your other "users".


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Re: Google Expeditions

We can't enable traffic between devices.

 

We thought that the functionality of AirGroup is to identify type of traffic and allow it.

Guru Elite

Re: Google Expeditions

Airgroup would allow users to discover devices via MDNS, but the subsequent traffic needed to make the application traffic work would be blocked if the google expeditions device is in the user table.


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Re: Google Expeditions

Hello again,

So, how should I have AirGroup and Virtal-AP configured so that Google Expeditions can work?

Can't deny inter user traffic be maintained?