LAN Network and AP network can be same- Cisco 1941 Router
I have my Lan user users conned to interface Gigabitethernet 0/0(network 192.168.10.0). DHCP is configured on the server. Now i want to configure WLAN and wants user should also get the ip address from the same network. Otherwise user getting connected with WLAN would have different network add.
so, i cannot give the same ip range to my vlan interface as i have already given to interface Gigabitethernet 0/0. Any chance that Wired and Wireless users should get the same IP range (192.168.10.0) so that they can communicate to each other. I hope you got my point.
Re: LAN Network and AP network can be same- Cisco 1941 Router
First of all, thnx for ur reply.
int vlan 1
ip add 192.168.10.X 255.255.255.0
The above ip range can not be given to LAN interface on same router also. How is it possible from GUI??? why not from CLI???
We need to think logic that On a router we can not give same ip subnet (in our case 192.168.10.x / 24) to vlan 1 (default gateway of my Wireless users) and int gigabitethernet 0/X ( default gateway of my wired users). Is ther any other way to meet my requirement. Thanks