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WLC and ACL's

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Jul 18th, 2006
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How do ACL's work on the WLC?


I am using 4.X ver of software for the WLC with LWAPP APs, like there is any other way.


I have a guest VLAN setup and when I apply an ACL to it, it stops responding. I would think that that ACLs work like ACLs, but that is not the case...and of course, the documentation lacks.

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Aaron Harrison Mon, 07/24/2006 - 00:00
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I've used ACLs no problem - what do you mean by 'stops responding'?


You may be blocking some important traffic....


Aaron


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stevanp Mon, 07/24/2006 - 05:33
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I have applied an acl that allows access to one server as well as ICMP. When I apply it to the guest VLAN, I have connectivity issues. As in I cannot access the servers to which I gave explicit permission to access.


When I remove the ACL, I can connect to the remote servers.


I finally decided that a ACL on the WLC was not the way to go as I could not find supporting docos on the WLC 4.X software. So, I applied VACLs to the VLAN for the Guest WLAN and it works.

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