wireless user connected to wireless FWSM context not able to ping gateway
We have two WLAN 4400 controllers connected to MSFC running actice/standby.
We are setting up internal & guest wireless users.Internal wireless users are terminating on MSFC & guest wireless users (vlan 24) are placed behind FWSM. We have created L2 vlan 24 in MSFC & L3 vlan 24 in FWSM.Also we have created dynamic interface in WLC & assigned vlan 24 to it.We have created DHCP pool in WLC itself for guest users & for internal wireless users we have created DHCP pool in MSFC.
Everyting works fine for internal wireless users.For guest wireless users behind FWSM (ver 2.3), they get the ip from WLC through DHCP but cannot ping the gateway.
1.Do we need any additional WLC for guest users behind FWSM ?
2.Do we need to do any configurations for such kind of scenarios?
Applying a firewall at the access edge to control guest access provides limited utility because it primarily acts as a simple access list, blocking access to internal IP addresses. It does not address the transport of guest client traffic across the enterprise network to the Internet edge. A better solution is to implement a dedicated guest access WLAN/service, which is natively supported in the Cisco Unified Wireless solution.
It’s been about two and half years, since the launch of next generation Cisco Catalyst 9800 Wireless LAN Controllers that has the most deployment flexibility and runs the modular, scalable, highly reliable, open and programmable operating system, I...
Hi All, I have made this video for Cisco Pitch the Future Contest in Malaysia which talks about Wi-Fi 6 and EWC Demo. Please feel free to view the video below and please support me for this contest by giving the video a like as the Contest will end o...
On the Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series WLC, enabling/disabling the remote LAN (RLAN) ports on APs requires going into the configuration for each AP and manually enabling/disabling the ports. However, as the number of APs that need to have their RLAN...
It’s been a long road for our AireOS wireless controllers. In fact these products have been around Cisco in some form since 2005. As you may have heard, Cisco made the decision to End-of-Sale (EOS) these products last month.
That means that these AireOS ...