I am having an issue where the 5760 Anchor WLC has 4 Subnets but half of the VLANS need to go to a seperate gateway and the other half to another gateway.
Below image is what the network looks like:
The router (Content Filtering) is the Gateway for 4 x SSID’s/VLANs
The Firewall is the Gateway for the Management VLAN
The issue here is that we have 2 separate Gateways and there is no way to define separate gateways for each VLAN on the 5760 WLC
We have an default IP route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.1.1.254 which is pointing to the Firewall. The firewall is not the gateway for the other 4 x SSID/VLANs that exist on the Anchor so we do not want all traffic going to the Firewall, only management traffic.
Is there a way to set different gateways for different subnets/VLANs on the 5760 WLC? Keeping in mind that there is an default route pointing to the Firewall.
Configure Parameter-Map Section in Global Configuration
The parameter map connection configuration mode commands allow you to define a connection- type parameter map. After you create the connection parameter map, you can configure TCP, IP, and other settings for the map.
! First section is to define our global values and the internal Virtual Address.
I know it is almost two years since your post but I would like to know if you were able to solve this issue.
I have configured 3 GUEST SSIDs on a 5760 Anchor behind an ASA FW. The 5760 has 3 SVI (Interface VLAN 11, 12 and 13) as default gateway for the 3 Guest Client VLANs. Therefore when a client connects to, for example, GUEST1 will get an IP in VLAN 11 and the default gateway will be the SVI VLAN 11 configured on the 5760 (it has been configured as DHCP server too). From there, the client traffic will match the default route configured in the 5760 to go to the L3 outbound interface of the Firewall:
As a client I can ping any IP configured on the 5760 but I cannot get any further on the network (even to the IP in the other side of a link - same network). However, from the 5760 I can ping any IP with no problem at all. It seems to be something within the 5760.
Did you find out whether the 5760 is able to do routing? Do I need to enable any specific thing? I don’t see what is wrong...
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Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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