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Cisco 5760 WLC initial config

Hi,

I am configuring up a Cisco 5760 WLC and wondering if it is required to put in a default route? In this document it says to put one in but i dont see why it is needed as it is connected to a switch via a layer 2 Trunk.

Reference:

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-34430

Another question, since there is no more Dynamic Interfaces and they are replaced with Layer 2 & 3 interfaces instead. Do all Layer 2 interfaces you create require a layer 3 interface IP address to be configured also? As shown below:

Thankslayer 3 int.JPG

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Re: Cisco 5760 WLC initial config

So by default the 5760 has IP routing enabled so you will need to put in a default route. A default gateway won't work unless you disable IP routing first.

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Re: Cisco 5760 WLC initial config

So by default the 5760 has IP routing enabled so you will need to put in a default route. A default gateway won't work unless you disable IP routing first.

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Re: Cisco 5760 WLC initial config

Thanks for your response, i will put in a ip route on the WLC

Re: Cisco 5760 WLC initial config

I don't think it is required to put an IP on each vlan, but I would suggest it. It can help when troubleshooting.

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Re: Cisco 5760 WLC initial config

Do you know if you are able to turn off IP routing on the 5760 WLC?

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