Cisco 2106 Dynamic Interfaces

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May 14th, 2008

Greetings, ive configured the 4400 controllers before and am familiar with the terms involved, ive recently acquired a 2106 controller, i have assigned an AP Manager and Management Address to Port 1 on the same subnet and can ping the device.

Subsequently i have several different vlans with differing subnets that i want to provide wireless services too as well as a guest network.

As such i have configured the WLAN's and associated each one to it's own dynamic interfaces. Each dynamic interface is in turn associated to it's own port on the controller.

Port 1 - AP Manager/Management

Port 2 - Dynamic Interface - WLAN A

Port 3 - Dynamic Interface - WLAN B

Port 4 - Dynamic Interface - WLAN C

And so on, unfortunately when configuring this i lose connection to the controller, if i put all dynamic and static interfaces onto a single port it works fine.

Im running Rapid PVST+ on my switches and am thinking it may be a spanning-tree issue but need clarification if what im doing is actually possible?


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exonetinf1nity Wed, 05/14/2008 - 05:16

Currently running version, im glad there is a known issue though.


exonetinf1nity Wed, 05/14/2008 - 05:31

Indeed, im going to try re-flashing the unit with the updated code.

My Management/Native Vlan is 999 on all switches and across trunk ports.

Ill have another shot at it and see how things go.



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