We are using ACS as the authenticating software on our wireless network for the WPA authentication. We use 2 different technologies for the APs: 3Com(dynamic vlan) and Cisco(static vlan). 3Com APs are configured with the IETF template and Cisco with Cisco Aironet template. We use Group mapping to authenticate users trough Active Directory. In these groups, we included the vlan that the user will be link to for the 3Com APs. We configure this vlan in the IETF part of the group configuration.
The problem is when a user tries to connect to a Cisco Aironet, the ACS passes the vlan attribute that is configured in the IETF part. So, the Aironet logs that the vlan is not configured in the AP and disconnects the user. The way we configure ours Aironet is with static vlans link to ssids.
The question is : Why ACS tries to pass vlans that are configured in the IETF part when the device is create with the Cisco Aironet template?
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