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Wifi client got IP from management interface of vWLC

Greetings,

   I got problem with vWLC:

    Cisco1861 as DHCP server

         Two DHCP Server Scope:

               ip dhcp pool BUFFALO
                    network 192.168.111.0 255.255.255.0
                    default-router 192.168.111.254
                    dns-server 192.168.111.254 

             ip dhcp pool vWLC-TEST
                  network 192.168.30.0 255.255.255.0
                  default-router 192.168.30.254
                  dns-server 8.8.8.8 

    vWLC as Wireless Controller

       Management interface 192.168.111.205

       Dynamic interface: 192.168.30.205

    AP: 3602i

Problem: wifi client always get ip from DHCP in management interface. My AP is in FlexConnect mode.

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BRG

Tony

 

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JPavonM
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Have you configured the flexconnect profile?

https://community.cisco.com/t5/wireless-mobility-documents/wireless-lan-flexconnect-configuration-example/ta-p/3112924

 

HTH
-Jesus

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I do configure Flexconnect profile. But after Flexconnect profile configure, client is unable to get ip from DHCP.

If your clients are getting an address from the central locations, its because you either don’t have local switching enabled on the WLAN, or. your plan to vlan mappings are incorrect.
-Scott
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Jurgens L
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Did you setup the SSID under advanced to do central switching? Since you are using a dynamic interface even though the AP is in flexconnect mode, you will need to switch the traffic centrally back to the WLC by setting up central switching on the SSID advanced tab under the FlexConnect configuration.

 

In most use cases the vWLC’s are used to configure SSID’s for local switching since it has limitied data throughput (500Mbps) and the vWLC can become a bottlenet if you have alot of traffic getting centrally switches back to the WLC.

 

https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/wireless/virtual-wireless-controller/qa_c67-715130.html

 

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