Cisco 2504 Controller, 2602e LWAPP and 2602e Work GroupBridge Configuration
I have the below lab setup in my office.
1) I have one controller Cisco 2504.
2) I have one LWAPP which is controlling by above controller. 2602e LWAPP
3) I have one Workgroup Bridge (WGB) which is assoiciated wirelessley to the above LWAPP.
4) I have one Cisco 3560 switch where VLANs are configured and connected to Controller through trunk link.
The setup went sucessfully to assoicate the Workgroup Bridge to LWAPP AP. In contoller I am able to see WGB under clients in the controller.
Initially after setting up the above task i am able to ping the WGB ip from 3560 switch, controller and client laptop. Even from WGB also I am able to ping the controller Ip, switch VLAN ip and laptop IP.
But after that I just reset the WGB config and copied the same once again as there is a request from customer end. After copying the same config the WGB is able to associate with LWAPP AP. But either I am not able to ping the conrtoller IP, switch IP and laptop IP from WGB or from WGB the Switch IP, controller IP and laptop IP..
Below is the configuration used in WGB: Can anyone help me why this is not happening. Please let me know if you need further information.
Current configuration : 3740 bytes
! Last configuration change at 20:23:54 EST Sun Feb 28 1993
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