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Client traffic tunneled when I expected it on the local network.

 
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Fredrik Wellner
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Client traffic tunneled when I expected it on the local network.

I have a problem with a MSM760 access controller that is not behaving the way I expect it to do.

* I have two vlans, a client and a management vlan
* The management vlan is routed in the appliance.
* The client vlan is routed in a Cisco router and DHCP is handeled by a Windows server.
* The access points gets the management vlan untagged and the client vlan tagged.
* I have bound the VSC to he AP group.
* "Always tunnel client traffic" is not checked
* The AP:s and the controller is on the same L2 network.
* I can see the client mac address on the switchport the AP is connected to.

When I connect a client I get an IP address and I can see some broadcasts on the client vlan, but the traffic seems to be tunneled to the controller rather than released on the local network.

The plan is to det up a guest vlan and connect the Internet port to a DSL modem.

I woud be thankful if someone can tell me what I have to do to let the traffic into the local network rather than tunnel it to the controller.

Cheers,

Fredrik
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Tim Maxwell
Valued Contributor

Re: Client traffic tunneled when I expected it on the local network.

Do you have an egress Vlan selected under the VSC bindings of your AP Groups?
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Fredrik Wellner
Occasional Contributor

Re: Client traffic tunneled when I expected it on the local network.

Hello,

Thanks for your reply. Yes, I hanve the client vlan as egress network profile.

Cheers,

Fredrik
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Tim Maxwell
Valued Contributor

Re: Client traffic tunneled when I expected it on the local network.

Yes but do you have it selected under the VSC bindings for each of your AP groups? You can bind different VSCs to different egress Vlans under the VSC bindings tab of your AP groups.

Tim
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Fredrik Wellner
Occasional Contributor

Re: Client traffic tunneled when I expected it on the local network.

This is a small installation with only one AP group. However, I did som trial and error, and when i disabled "Wireless security filters" everything worked.