Just installed a WiSM module in slot 13 of our core 6513 at our campus. We already have a standalone 4402 up and running.
I have been reading 'Troubleshooting and Configure Initial wireless Services Module'. I'm unclear on some of the steps.
It talks about setting up a DHCP scope for the service port. Or you can static assign the addresses. I don't see how the DHCP scope is assigned to just WiSM function? The pool name in the example is wism-service-port. Is that a description or a reserved name? I tried the session slot 13 proc 1 and 2. It will not conect and times out. Show modules lists WiSM in slot 13 and passed tests.
The next steps show creating an interface Vlan192 to allow SUP720 to talk to WiSM. So, if this isn't done then the SUP720 can't talk with the WiSM? Is there something significant about Vlan192?
Following that they show how to create WiSM Management/AP manager gateway interface. Since we have a 4402 running and plan to integrate wouldn't I already have this?
The document doesn't show how to assign the management interface IP address but shows how to display it.
Maybe I need to use the console port on the WiSM to assign the service and management interface addresses?
At end of document it shows using wism commands to setup auto-LAG ports insteads of a bunch of steps.
Trying to understand what I'm doing before I do it and wonder why the session command times out and doens't connect.