I'm pretty much stuck with vlan 810. It's defined VTP wide for this particular group of users. The administrator of the subnet assigned to this vlan is going to setup a DHCP server to see of that won't clear up some of the issues.
I believe bridge-group 255 should work. I've just never seen it appear in a config before. Of course I've never used a vlan number higher than 255 on an AP before.
Just as Jeff wrote, you need to verify if your AP supports VLAN Ids greater than 255. If not, you will need to change it from 810 to something lower than 255. It might be the AP model or the firmware, I suggest you check both.
When you see clients associated to the 180 SSID even though they connect to 810, do they actually go in VLAN 180 or VLAN 810 (based on their IP address)? Are they able to communicate on through this connection?
How similar are your security settings on the two SSIDs, 180 and 810? Moreover, which is the BSSID?
Are you using MBSSID? If yes, I have observed strange behaviour and seen clients autmatically connect to one of the available SSIDs if not able to connect to the one they want to.
>When you see clients associated to the 180 SSID even though they connect to 810, do they actually go in VLAN 180 or VLAN 810 (based on their IP address)? Are they able to communicate on through this connection?
The clients are configured to go onto the vlan 810 SSID. In "show dot11 assoc all" they show up on vlan 180. When the client is configured for DHCP it gets a vlan 180 IP.
When the IP is configured manually it has a vlan 810 IP but still shows up as associated to vlan 180. They are able to communicate somewhat with either IP.
>How similar are your security settings on the two SSIDs, 180 and 810?
Identical. Authentication is handled by ACS which queries AD. There may be a vlan setting in the ACS group mapping influencing this too. I need to dig into that further too.
>which is the BSSID?
BSSID is probably 180, as that's our standard internal SSID and I configured it first.
>Are you using MBSSID?
I have not configured MBSSID and have been wondering if I need to. I don't know enough about how it works yet. I don't want either of these SSIDs broadcast.
Transferring Crash file from standby:
Login to the Active WLC in HA.
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash
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I have created a Powershell script to automatically add a Wireless Guest User on Cisco WLCs. (tested on 2500 Series)
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