We just switch over to two SGE2010 switches from old Cajun routers. Many things worked out just fine... but as always, there were some issues.
We run 4 VLAN's on this network as follows:
The .1 is exclusively for switches and a firewall.
The .20 is general business workstations.
The .30 is an automation network (for computer-controlled machinery in our plant)
The .100 is for servers and some high-level devices.
OK... here's the problem. We have several Intermec WAP's our automation department uses to troubleshoot and repair equipment on the plant floor. These WAP's also are used by handheld portable scanners the dock folks and materials handlers use to track parts movement throughout the facility.
The WAP's are on the .100 VLAN, as are the scanners. This all works well.
However, the automation people need wireless access from their laptops to equipment on the .30 VLAN, and I've been unsuccessful (so far) making that happen. I've tried static addresses on a laptop to the WAP's on the .20, .30, and .100 VLANS. As of now, the only connectivity I get is the result of assigning a static on the .100 VLAN. However, when I do that, I can reach the Internet and other servers on .100 but nothing on .20 or .30.
Can anyone make any suggestions? All help is appreciated!