Connecting a WET200 to a Wireless controller 4402

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Jun 30th, 2010
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Hi, We Have a WLC-4402 controller with LWAPPs and different VLANs and SSIDs. I've configured a Linksys WET200 to associate to one of the SSIDs.

On the WLC I can see, that the WET200 is associated to one Wlan.


Then I connect one computer with a static IP address and works fine.


But when I connect a second one, everythiing goes down. It does not connect.

I can only connect one computer to the WET200


Do I need other seetings on the WLC to allow pass traffic through the WET200?


Can you please help?

Any Alternatives?


Thanks..




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We are experiencing a similar, if not the same, issue here.  After upgrading the firmware on our WLCs, the WET200 bridges we have in place no longer allow multiple devices to function at the same time.  One device at a time will work but if multiple devices are on at the same time only one is pingable.


Did you ever find a solution to this issue?

Stephen Rodriguez Wed, 09/29/2010 - 06:52
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What version of code are you running on the WLC?  If you are 5.2 >, you may want to try the following command:


config network ip-mac-binding disable

Vinay Sharma Sun, 09/25/2011 - 10:39
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Hello Jorge,


Please mark the Question as Answered, if the provided information is correct and it helped. By doing that others can take benefit as well.



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Vinay Sharma

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