I have fully working one wlan network - Office_wifi. I like to setup other one for Guest. I set two interfaces - first for office, second for guest. I created two wlans with SSID Office_wifi and Guest_wifi.
I have got two routers, one for Office and other for Guest. First is connected to port 1 and second to port 2 (on WLC controler 2504). Each one router has separated internet connection. - i didnt use vlan ID settings, i think it is not neccessary in my case, but i am not sure about it, please tell me if i am wrong
Both wlans are working, but only one of them in time. I mean if i enable both wlans, i can connect to only one. If i would connect to other one, i have to disable first one.
I spend few days with this setup but without success. If anybody has advice how to fix it, please help me.
I have tried setup vlan ID, but i lost connection to the network - ok i will try it again
I see two SSID from laptop, if i connect to for example to Office_wifi - its works well. But other network Guest doesnt (from different devices - other laptop, smartphone...) - i have got message - IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO CONNECT
If i disable wlan Office_wifi (in wlan window of WLC controller), I can connect to Guest_wifi. Afterthat i again do enable Office_wifi, but i cannot connect any more until i do disable Guest_wifi.
You need to disable LAG and also, you need to create two interfaces, one for each router in a way. So if your not trunking to the router, then you just define the guest as vlan x and make sure that you specify the primary port. For example... Office interface is primary port 1 and no backup. Guest interface is primary port 2 and no backup. Then just map your WLAN's to the correct interface and that should work.
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