Before I turned on H-REAP, created dynamic interfaces and did all the trunking to the AP's I could https to our controller on the management interface from the wireless network. After I put the config in place for the new SSID's, H-REAP etc.. I can't get to it from the wireless network. I can get to it from the local LAN. Any ideas??
Make sure Management via Wireless is checked. It's under the Management Tab at the top of the WLC GUI.
If that's checked, it might be a VLAN issue of some kind. There shouldn't be anything about connecting to an HREAP that prevents you from getting to the controller. Keep in mind that all traffic is now switched locally, so you need to ensure you have full IP connectivity back to the controller. Can you ping the controller's management interface?
Management via wireless is checked. I cannot ping the controller from my wireless connection. The AP's have static address and are in the same subnet as the controller management interface. I can ping the AP's from my wireless connection. The default gateway is correct on the management interface...same as the AP's.
You are correct. I cannot access the WLC via wireless since I configured this guy with multiple SSID's and H-REAP local switching. The controller is running version 184.108.40.206 and I could manage it before and not any longer.
I have a dynamic interface that my SSID points to thats on the same network as my wireless clients. Does the WLC see that as a directly connected interface and send traffic out that interface to my wireless client?
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