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Problems with ARP

Hello,

I have an 851W ISR and I have encountered this serious problem:

The network is as follows:

An wireless networked bridged with all fastethernet ports.

The problem is that I couldn't ping any other wireless clients, so I've installed a network sniffer and when I've tried to ping I so that the arp question was launched on the network but no reply

(who has 10.10.10.2? tell 10.10.10.5).

So i've tried pinging a wired pc. It works fine arp reply comes.

The router setup was done by sdm (default).

Please, any solutions ?

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Re: Problems with ARP

Try with static ARP.Manually map the ip address with Mac address.If it doent make sure client in question is currently associated and has an ip address.

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Re: Problems with ARP

Under your SSID, make sure the following commands are there...

bridge-group 1 subscriber-loop-control

bridge-group 1 spanning-disabled

This is assuming your bridge group ID is 1.

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