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Aironet 1600 AP Isolation

We are having trouble with a video streaming application (Chromecast) that the manufacturer says the problem is likely AP/Client Isolation needs to be disabled.  I cannot find this in the configuration menus.

Anyone know where/how to turn this off?

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Aironet 1600 AP Isolation

on teh WLC, this would be called Peer-to-Peer Blocking.

But from my understanding you'll also want to make sure that multicast works.  Chromecast is supposed to use

http://www.dial-multiscreen.org/

HTH,
Steve

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Aironet 1600 AP Isolation

I had the same problem with a 1230 AP, I upgraded to the latest code and it worked.  Before the upgrade I added the command "no dot11 igmp snooping-helper", not sure that is needed or not.

I went from version "c1200-k9w7-tar.123-8.JEB1.tar" to version "c1200-k9w7-tar.123-8.JEE.tar".

After using it for 30 seconds, it looks awesome, hopefully it will be great.

Good luck!

Ray

Aironet 1600 AP Isolation

Please try updating the code and change to the latest version. Hope it might work.

Aironet 1600 AP Isolation

This feature is called peer to peer blocking , which means one client will not be able to communicate with another client.  IOS command to enable this is bridge-group bridge-group port-protected. Use 'no ' to disable it

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Aironet 1600 AP Isolation

Thanks!  I am sure that was the problem.  I upgraded to the newest code shortly after my original post and the problem whent away.  I would say now that the command you mentioned now defaults to disabled and it was defaulted to enabled on the previous version.

Thanks!

Ray

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