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GC_Jacob
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msm310 local mesh vlans

I am looking for information on how to properly configure the MSM310 WAP's to work with vlans over a Local mesh. We have three MSM310's in automonous mode and they are configured with two vlans. The master, connected to the switch, works like it should but trying to connect to the other two we cannot get an ip address or any kind of network access. They are not connected directly to the network and are configured as Alternate Masters on the Local mesh profile.

 

I'm not sure what people need to see so I have attached the entire current config for the alternate masters. I could also provide the config for the master if that would help.

 

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Ferryk
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Re: msm310 local mesh vlans

I hope someone will reply with the working answer.

Because i'm trying to configure the same situation, and i'm also having the same problem.

When connected to a VSC on the root Master, the client gets an ip adress from within the specific vlan (so this works fine).

But when connected to a VSC on a Slave or Alternate Master, the client doesn't get an ip address.

I also tagged the vlans to the Local Mesh profile port, but still no go.

 

btw...i'm using Software version:  6.2.1.1-18016 on all the MSM310 AP's

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Ferryk
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Re: msm310 local mesh vlans

Yesterday i found 2 sites/forums with the answer i was looking for:

 

http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/MSM-Series/2-x-MSM-466-in-Autonomous-Mode-Local-Mesh-with-multiple-VLANs/td-p/5892201#.VI2hO3k5C00

 

http://community.spiceworks.com/topic/327309-2-x-msm-466-in-autonomous-mode-local-mesh-with-multiple-vlans

 

I configured it today, and it works like a charm.

i'm connected too an SSID with an specific vlan through the MSM310 AP on the attic, wich is connected with the MSM310 on the ground floor by Local Mesh.

 

i'm so happy!  :-)