Have a problem with passing of mDNS/Bonjour traffic through EoIP tunnel in WLC anchor-foreign scenario. Wired print server on anchor side, and anchor wlc have a interface in the same vlan with AirPrint server. WLC see advertisement from print server.
Wireless client which connect on the foreign side to the anchored WLAN does not see print service though EoIP tunnel from anchor side.
While client connect on the same WLAN but through AP connected to anchor WLC (capwap for AP terminated on anchor WLC) - the service from print server is available.
Can I get the print service for wireless client on foreign side?
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