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Struggeling internal IP's after POC deployment

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Struggeling internal IP's after POC deployment

Hi

 

I received a Demo-Kit with an MR33 Access Point - which was installed really simple and fast.

We are using a local Windows DHCP server why we set the AP into bridge mode with dot1x authentication.

 

Authentication is successful and now the problem begins.

Internet traffic is working fine - alle internal IP's are not reachable (--> redirected to 10.128.128.128) - also my Default Gateway is not reachable.

 

Thanks for your help

 

BR

Thomas

 

 

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Re: Struggeling internal IP's after POC deployment

I think @Seshu  is likely to be right.  It should look like this:

 

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Re: Struggeling internal IP's after POC deployment

Did you try using a static IP? Still happening?

 

Strange it is redirecting you to the local status page of the MR...

 

Shouldn´t be in by default, but maybe it is:

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Re: Struggeling internal IP's after POC deployment

@thomasg94 Please go to Wireless -> Firewall and Traffic Shaping and make sure Local LAN is allowed for L3 Firewall rules. 

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Re: Struggeling internal IP's after POC deployment

I think @Seshu  is likely to be right.  It should look like this:

 

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Kind of a big deal

Re: Struggeling internal IP's after POC deployment

Double check the access control setting is bridge-mode and not NAT mode
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