I currently have a WLC 4402 connected via a trunk to a Cisco 3750 (GigaBit1/0/1). All AP's are connected into this switch and can contact the WLC.
The 3750 is then connected to a 2750 (FE0/2) via a trunk and this is connected to a 7204 Router for external internet access.This has a public ip address in the following range of 194.x.x.x
I have Created VLAN 10 for Guest Access:
WLC Controller Interface 10.0.0.10
Created a sub-interface on the External Router:
The WLC is handling the DHCP with a range of 10.0.0.100 -> 10.0.0.150
Clients are assigned an Ip address in the 10.0.0.100 range successfully.
I can ping the external router Gateway ip from the 10.0.0.100 range.
My problem is - the clients cannot connect to the Internet. I think It may have something to do with the routing on the router.
Any help would be appreciated.