I have two Cisco 1300's acting as bridges only. I have created an infrastructure ssid on VLAN 2 and assigned this to the radio. I am carrying multiple VLANs between the bridges (using subinterfaces on the fastethernet and radio ports).
I have enabled WPA-PSK, but how do I check that this is being used between the bridges?
Also - I have a switch connected at each end of the bridge. When I make VTP changes, the remote switch does not pick these up - is this because VTP goes over VLAN1 regardless of the Native VLAN (2 in my case)?
Do I have to carry VLAN1 over the bridge to get VTP working, or is there an alternative solution?
I can't make vlan 1 native as the BVI interface needs to be on VLAN 2, and the BVI can only be on the native VLAN.
Looking through Cisco release notes they mention that the 1310 bridge now correctly supports VTP when the native VLAN is changed. I am on a version more recent than the release notes, but still can't get VTP working.
I'm in the same boat. For testing I wanted to try one of the exact versions that was supposed to fix this problem and they aren't available for download anymore. Have you found a version of IOS that fixes this?
Using 1240 series radios for a bridge - battled to get VTP working across the root to non root. The radios can still use native VLAN 2, but the switches trunk that was also confogured with VLAN 2 as the native, needs to be changed to native VLAN 1. The AP's still use the native VLAN 2 but as son I changed the native VLAN on the switches to VLAN 1 - the VTP was there.
Transferring Crash file from standby:
Login to the Active WLC in HA.
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...
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I have created a Powershell script to automatically add a Wireless Guest User on Cisco WLCs. (tested on 2500 Series)
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