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Routing of WLC 2504

I am using WLC 2504 with AP1242 to access LAN through wi-fi and below are the details/configuration i am using.

 

1. Using a belkin router with LAN IP 192.16.17.50 and DHCP 192.168.6.1

2. Connected WLC 2504 with belkin router [192.168.6.254] and enabled DHCP [192.168.6.200-250] on WLC 2504 for Access points.

3. All these devices [Belkin router, WLC 2504 and APs ] are connected on 8 port unmanaged switch.

 

wi-fi connectivity is working fine and we are able to access 192.16.17.X series from wi-fi [192.168.6.X] but can not access 192.16.17.X from wi-fi 192.168.6.X so is there any way to access wi-fi IP series 192.168.6.X from LAN 192.16.17.X.

 

Please share the information if anybody has the information.

Thanks

Ashish


 

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If you have different subnets

If you have different subnets defined on the 2504, then you need a managed switch that allows the port to be trunked.  The WLC 2504 does not route and that is why.  The WLC only bridges the traffic in which your switch has to pass the vlan tag and your router has to route the vlans.  I don't think your home router can route multiple inside networks and your un managed switch for sure will not pass vlan tag.

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Scott, Can you please share

Scott,

 

Can you please share the complete detail how i need to use that.....

 

 

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