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Ethernet Bridging 1142 connected to SG300

I have a wireless bridge setup.  It is working fine.  I am trying to configure ethernet bridging.  The RAP is connected to an SG300.  The untagged VLAN is 50 for the RAP.  The MAP ethernet is also connected to a SG300.  I have configured the untagged VLAN as 50 for the switch connected to the ethernet port of the MAP.  I am using the SG300 on the MAP side to feed two more access points. 

The WLC is configured as VLAN Transparent.  All the ethernet ports are set to Ethernet Bridging, and the ports are set to Normal.  I can not ping the switch on the other side of the mesh.

What have I missed?

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Re: Ethernet Bridging 1142 connected to SG300

Have you connected a laptop to the MAP's Ethernet port and verified that it gets an IP address on Vlan 50 or if you don't have DHCP, give the laptop a static and set that to Vlan 50? If that works, you have the Ethernet port on the MAP as an access port, so leave the management on Vlan 1 and see if it works. You should be able to keep the management IP address in Vlan 50 range.

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