Ok..perhaps I am a big dummy but I can't find any really good documentation on how to setup a 4400 in a DMZ for Wireless guest access. I know you wouldhave to setup mobility groups and make sure you can ping the controllers across thenetwork.. I am just not sure how to do all this and where to setup the guest wireless. which controller does this wlan go on? what other things do I have to setup to make this all happen?
If anyone can point me to a good document I would be forever grateful.
So i've been meaning to write up a real document on this configuration, but I'll try to give you a brief configuration starting point:
The bottom line is that you need to configure the same WLAN with the exact same settings on each controller.
Set up a DHCP scope on the DMZ controller that hands out the client addresses you want to give (that are routeable in the DMZ to the internet).
Configure mobility groups with MAC and IP of the controllers but the group name does not have to match. In fact, I recommend your DMZ controller being in a different mobility domain. So on the dmz, define the internal controller with the internal controller mobility name. On the internal controller, define the dmz controller with the dmz mobility name....
On the Internal Controller, when viewing the WLANs, there is an option to anchor the WLAN (little blue drop down on the far right next to each wlan). Select this option and create an anchor and choose the IP address of the DMZ Controller.
Now, when an AP has a client on the ssid, the controller anchors to the dmz, dmz controller gives it an IP address and the client is effectively in the DMZ only.
I'll try to write a better one in detail later tonight.
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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