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WLC 2500 in HO, Aironet1600 on branch with two internet line

Hi,

Im new in cisco wireless and i'm looking to configure awlc2500 and 1600 access point on one of our branches.

In a branch I will install one Aironet 1600, we have two lines in the branch the first one is MPLS link and a normal ADSL router.

My plan is to configure the wlc to send configuration through th MPLS netwrok but i want the user to go to internet through the ADSL router

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Is that somthing easy to do .

Thanks,

Khaled

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WLC 2500 in HO, Aironet1600 on branch with two internet line

Flex Connect with Split Tunneling is one solution I can think of. Here is a Ciscolive material discuss all branch wireless design options. This will definetely help you

http://d2zmdbbm9feqrf.cloudfront.net/2013/usa/pdf/BRKEWN-2016.pdf

Here is some reference how I have configured split-tunneling for a centrally switched wlan in my environment.

http://mrncciew.com/2013/09/09/split-tunneling-with-flexconnect/

HTH

Rasika

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VIP Purple

WLC 2500 in HO, Aironet1600 on branch with two internet line

Flex Connect with Split Tunneling is one solution I can think of. Here is a Ciscolive material discuss all branch wireless design options. This will definetely help you

http://d2zmdbbm9feqrf.cloudfront.net/2013/usa/pdf/BRKEWN-2016.pdf

Here is some reference how I have configured split-tunneling for a centrally switched wlan in my environment.

http://mrncciew.com/2013/09/09/split-tunneling-with-flexconnect/

HTH

Rasika

**** pls rate all useful responses ****

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WLC 2500 in HO, Aironet1600 on branch with two internet line

The best way is to create a second vlan for the users, the vlan will be connected to the ADSL router , the AP port will be trunk native vlan (managment vlan), on the flex connect maping vlan (managment vlan ) and access vlan (adsl Vlan).

thank you.

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