I have some good and bad news for you.... Long story short was I encountered this issue several months ago and spent weeks with TAC even an Escalation engineer working on this issue. There are a couple of things in play here, First off is an LWAPP limitation of only allowing 1 DHCP & IP address per Mac Address on a client (Same reason VMWare doesn't work), since the WET200 is the Client the controller sees it only allows the 1 device. Second is the fact that the controller doesn't see the WET200 as a Workgroup Bridge; this is the mode that the controller permits to you to accomplish the task that you are desiring. Lastly you need to make sure that you have 802.3 Bridging enabled on the controller under the Controller> General> Tab.
So basicially if you statically assign all three devices they should work most of the time as long as you enable 802.3 Bridging (Although they maybe finiky and intermittent) and they won't work in a DHCP Manner. When I ran into this issue we were using a 4.2.x.x code release and we never re-evaluated on any newer code than that. Incidentally the WET200 works fine in a IOS Wireless network as there is no limitation, and supposedly with the new 220.127.116.11 code and 2100 or 5500 series controllers you can enable a passive client mode on the controllers that resolves the issues above, but I haven't seen or been able to test that to verify it.
Thanks for the info! I had a feeling we bought the wrong device.
When you said enable "802.3 bridging" on the controller and that should allow more than 1 wired, static ip'd client to work, would that be the "802.3x flow Control Mode" option on the controller? I do not see a 802.3 bridge option.
I am using a cisco 5508 controller running version 18.104.22.168.
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