Not looking for anyone to hold my hand, but sure could use some advice.
We're working through our deployment of a guest WLC. Our anchor WLC is in our DMZ.
The management and AP-Manager are on the same subnet. The Dynamic "VLAN" interface is on a different subnet than the other interfaces, and its gateway is the DMZ interface of the firewall.
Problem, the firewall doesn't support multiple static routes.
Do the Management and Dynamic interfaces always have to be on different subnets?
Anyone have experience with this type of configuration?
I understand the value of time, so I honestly appreciate any help I get.
Just for clarification, we are talking wireless guest access right? Not Wired guests?
Wired Guests require you to create a custom port in a specific vlan (but not when you are configuring this on the anchored controller)
Anyhow... just make sure the WLAN you want to anchor is configured identical to the one on the DMZ controller. Then make sure you anchor that controller to the DMZ, and then make sure you anchor the dmz wlan to itself.