Cisco 3560 and Tsunami Wifi Devices

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Mar 17th, 2009
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Everyone, here is my issue. I have two buildings that we are trying to connect via two Tusnami Wifi devices. In my testing I am having troubles getting the two devices to transmit data or I should say that they see each other but no data is passed to my switches. I have attached a simple PDF so show my test enviroment. Basically I have a 3560 switch and a base tx/rx unit and another 3560 switch and satellite tx/rx unit. The two wifi devices will see each other an perform a link test between the two with great signal. From each side I can ping the IP I manually put on each wifi from my laptop, but cannot ping the other switch from either side. I have the devices attached to trunk ports on each switch. Has anyone had any experience with these devices. Thanks in advance.



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Correct Answer by Giuseppe Larosa about 8 years 2 months ago

Hello Ronald,

start to verify the native vlan settings on both sides


sh int fasx/y switchport


the device data sheet declares they are able to carry vlan tagged frames (802.1Q)


see


http://www.proxim.com/downloads/products/mp16/DS_0806_MP16_3500_A4HR.pdf


a problem with native vlan mismatch could cause ip connectivity issues


Hope to help

Giuseppe


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Giuseppe Larosa Tue, 03/17/2009 - 06:10
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Hello Ronald,

start to verify the native vlan settings on both sides


sh int fasx/y switchport


the device data sheet declares they are able to carry vlan tagged frames (802.1Q)


see


http://www.proxim.com/downloads/products/mp16/DS_0806_MP16_3500_A4HR.pdf


a problem with native vlan mismatch could cause ip connectivity issues


Hope to help

Giuseppe


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