I have the following setup:
Cisco WLC2504 with 6 APs
Cisco Small Business Switch
We have airplay working with any apple device that could connect to the network on a particular SSID, all of a sudden this has stopped working. The only change as far as I know is that we originally had 2 Apple TVs hardwired to the network and now we have introduced 3 more but wirelessly.
I have checked and ensured that the following is still correct (as I believe it should be for this to work):
Happy to provide any more information needed, many thanks in advance.
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Do you have an mDNS profile selected?
Also, 22.214.171.124 may be the network address for the network. Try 126.96.36.199 or something other than 0 for the last octet.
Under the WLAN Advanced tab, do you have mDNS snooping enabled along with the desired profile?
also check this document:
First of all thanks for getting involved, I have checked and found that the mDNS Profile was not selected, changed this now and applied it. Unfortunately, I am working remotely so will get a user to check it and see if it works.
On another note, when refering to the 188.8.131.52 or .11 comment, where do you mean? On the page that I have shown via the screenshot?
Thats is related to Multicast address:
Global Multicast and set a multicast adddress
It is recommended that the address be on the private range (184.108.40.206-220.127.116.11, which does not include 239.0.0.x and 239.128.0.x.). It is also important that the multicast IP address be set to a different value on each WLC. You do not want a WLC that speaks to its access points to reach the APs of another WLC.
I think this is ok in your WLC.
Adding to Sandeeps reply.
When I do multicast on the WLC, I use the WLC address as the mutlicast address.
if the mgmt is 10.128.230.5 my multicast for that WLC is 18.104.22.168. that way when I do a show ip mroute on the L3/mrouter I can easily correlate the address to the WLC.
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I have added the output from the mDNS page which shows all the Airplay ATVs on my network. The WLC can see them but not iPad/iPhones on the wireless network can.
config mdns service query enable AirPrint
config mdns service create AirPrint _ipp._tcp.local. query enable
config mdns service query enable AppleTV
config mdns service create AppleTV _airplay._tcp.local. query enable
config mdns service query enable HP_Photosmart_Printer_1
config mdns service create HP_Photosmart_Printer_1 _universal._sub._ipp._tcp.local. query enable
config mdns service query enable HP_Photosmart_Printer_2
config mdns service create HP_Photosmart_Printer_2 _cups._sub._ipp._tcp.local. query enable
config mdns service query enable Printer
config mdns service create Printer _printer._tcp.local. query enable
config mdns profile service add default-mdns-profile AirPrint
config mdns profile service add default-mdns-profile AppleTV
config mdns profile service add default-mdns-profile HP_Photosmart_Printer_1
config mdns profile service add default-mdns-profile HP_Photosmart_Printer_2
config mdns profile service add default-mdns-profile Printer
config mdns profile create default-mdns-profile
config mdns snooping enable
config mobility group domain WLAN_GH
config network mgmt-via-wireless enable
config network rf-network-name WLAN_GH
config network fast-ssid-change enable
config network telnet enable
config network broadcast enable
config network multicast igmp snooping enable
config network multicast l2mcast disable management
config network multicast l2mcast disable service-port
config network multicast l2mcast disable virtual
config network multicast mld snooping enable
config network multicast global enable
If you upgraded the WLC code, the recent code versions require AirTunes enabled as a service for AirPlay to work.
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