I want to enable this feature in OEAP600 series APs. I did the following since it is only supported in 7.5 for 600 series.
1. Upgraded WLC to 188.8.131.52
2. Under Wireless -> Global Configuration -> Unticked "Disable Split Tunnel (Printer)" as it is checked by default
3. Under WLAN -> Advanced -> OEAP Split Tunneling(Printers) ->Enabled.
Question I have is how do I configure Split Tunnel ACL for those home users ? Do I need to know what are their home local networks are or Once I enable this feature will it automatically create these split tunnel ACLs ?
Finally went to TAC on this & here is the outcome of 600 Series Split Tunneling issue.
1. You have to connect your local device directly to one of OEAP port 1-3.
2. You do not have to configure Split Tunnel ACLs.
2. In this way you can reach your local device connect to OEAP port 1-3 while you are connecting to corporate SSID.
4. BUT this will BREAK rest of your local devices (normally connect to your home internet router ethernet ports) communicating back to OEAP port 1-3 connected devices as those will be in two seperate LAN networks.
If you are using any other AP models (1040,1142, 1260, 3500, etc) as OEAP, then there is no issue as you can apply Split Tunnel ACL to these model AP (It is my expected outcome, but 600 series is not give that). In this case your printers & any other local devices can be on your own home network, still you can reach it while you are connecting to corporate SSID. No two different LAN networks at your home in this scenario.
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