jeromehenry_2 Wed, 10/28/2009 - 12:30
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It has to be a trunk, because the rogue detector is used to detect the ARP requests, so you need to connect it to a trunk so that all ARP requests from all VLANs are detected.

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PS: please also check in this forum, there were a couple of threads about how to configure this AP and its trunk port.

George Stefanick Wed, 10/28/2009 - 21:37
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Jerome... great response... I did not know that ... thanks for sharing ...

colmgrier Thu, 10/29/2009 - 03:04
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What native VLAN will I use for the trunk port. The WLC is currently using VLAN 50 as native VLAN.

richard.leadbet... Tue, 11/03/2009 - 10:29
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I've also been trying this out with mixed results! I found that when the Rogue Detector's trunk had the native VLAN set to the same as the WLC's management interface it worked fine. However, when set to the local VLAN that the AP would normally reside in (seeing as I wanted to retain an L3 topology) it would not discover that a test rogue was on the LAN. Any ideas????




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