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MSM.. Access Controller and Private VLAN

 
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Recep Sefer
Occasional Contributor

MSM.. Access Controller and Private VLAN

I want no two clients can communicate with each other through the controller. how?

Thanks

 

 

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Fred!
Trusted Contributor

Re: MSM.. Access Controller and Private VLAN

One way that could work would be to put Access Lists in your user accounts so that the traffic of your clients is restricted to go only to the outside world (or basically to not access the subnet from where your clients are given addresses)... that might probably work.
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Recep Sefer
Occasional Contributor

Re: MSM.. Access Controller and Private VLAN

If the Ap is controller-based.
Can I write ACL again? how?
Dou you have an example?

Thanks Very Much
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J Vesterdahl
Regular Advisor

Re: MSM.. Access Controller and Private VLAN

In the MSM765zl controller there is a setting to do just that:

Go to VSC configuration and click on your VSC profile (assuming you have one)

Under Virtual AP there is a heading called Virtual AP. Under Wireless Clients, allow traffic between ... select NO clients on the drop down menu.

Remember to sync your APs afterwards.

Hope this helps
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J Vesterdahl
Regular Advisor

Re: MSM.. Access Controller and Private VLAN

"Under Virtual AP there is a heading called Virtual AP."

Sorry - that was garbled.
What I meant was:

Under Virtual AP there is a heading called Wireless Clients. At the trext "allow traffic between": select NO clients on the drop down menu.


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