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mgt network IP address used in BVI1 interface

We are trying to set up Standalone AP using mgt address in the BVI1 interface but with no success.

Would appreciate another set of eyes looking at this.

The client authenticates with radius server just fine but no IP address is assigned to the client.

we have IP helper address on our L3 switch SVI for vlan 57 and for vlan 54 the mgt vlan.

All our other standalones have the BVI1 ip address in the same vlan as the client vlan.

The config is attached.

The switch config for the port is this:

interface GigabitEthernet0/45
 switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
 switchport trunk native vlan 54
 switchport trunk allowed vlan 54,56,57,103,106
 switchport mode trunk
 logging event link-status
 power inline static
 

vlan 54 is the mgt vlan in use for every other device. We just never tried to use it for AP's before this attempt.

 

 

 

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VIP Purple

Can you also add this command

Can you also add this command:  

 

interface Dot11Radio0.54
 encapsulation dot1Q 54

Check the basic config guide here:

http://rscciew.wordpress.com/2014/05/24/multiple-ssid-configurations-on-autonomous-ap/

http://mrncciew.com/2013/11/14/autonomous-ap-with-external-radius/

 

Regards

Dont forget to rate helpful posts

 

Community Member

Sandeep when I make the

Sandeep

 

when I make the changes that I see in your blog the ssid special no longer broadcasts and I cannot even access it if I config it in my available networks list.

What do I have incorrectly configed?

 

Community Member

we figured out why it was not

we figured out why it was not broadcasting

dot11 ssid special
   vlan 57
   authentication open eap eap_methods
   authentication network-eap eap_methods
   authentication key-management wpa version 2
   mbssid guest-mode
   infrastructure-ssid optional <== had to remove this

thanks for help

VIP Purple

Yes you spot it right.

Yes you spot it right.

 

infrastructure-ssid [optional]

Means:

(Optional) Designate the SSID as the SSID that other access points and workgroup bridges use to associate to this access point. If you do not designate an SSID as the infrastructure SSID, infrastructure devices can associate to the access point using any SSID. If you designate an SSID as the infrastructure SSID, infrastructure devices must associate to the access point using that SSID unless you also enter the optional keyword.

 

Regards

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