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Hello

Dears,

Please explain me something about wireless module interfaces

So here is the text

This example configures the management interface with IP address 192.168.99.24/24 and defines the default

gateway as 192.168.99.254(.254- is ip address of interface between module and router and is not visible)

/Here we see that the default gateway of management and ap-manager interface is INTERFACE THAT IS NOT VISIBLE BETWEEN ROUTER AND MODULE

Note: The default gateway on Management and AP Management should point to the IP address of the WLCM

Ethernet port

/HERE THEY SAYS THAT THE DEFAULT GATEWAY SHOULD BE ETHERNET PORT WHIS IS ONE GIGABYTE PORT IN MODULE

Note: Once you configure these IP addresses via the wizard then you do not need these commands. This is

just to show you that both these IP addresses belong to the same subnet and this can also be configured via the

command line.

In both cases, the last IP address (192.168.99.254) is the default gateway IP address. Since the only way out of

the controller is via the host router, the default gateway should be the IP address of the interface

wlan−controller1/0 on the router. With this much configuration, you can ping from the router to the

management interface IP address of the controller.

Here They SAYS THAT ONLY WAY OUT IS THROUGH UNVISIBLE INTERFACE BETWEEN ROUTER AND MODULE

PLEASE explain whic interface should be a default gateway INTERFACE BETWEEN MODULE AND ROUTER or ETHERNET PORT

thank you

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Re: Help

Kamran,

Use the interface of the service module. It is the gateway for your wlc management and ap-manager interfaces.

All the rules of routing on your router and network still apply, I.e., don't forget to advertise this network so that devices (such as APs) beyond the router know how to find your controller.

Justin

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