Adding an AP130 to a BR200

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Hey guys,

Hoping maybe someone can be a second set of eyes here. I added a trunk port with the proper vlans to a BR200 and hooked up an AP130, it connected to our on-prem HM and I sent down the same policy as the BR200.

It's broadcasting all of the SSID's, I can connect to them and obtain an ip. But that's where everything stops. I can't seem to pass any traffic to the local network, our vpn tunnel, or the Internet. Nothing on the web, no icmp, etc. 

Anyone have any ideas where I should be looking? 

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Michael Kogelman

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Carsten Buchenau, Champ

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To be clear: The clients receive their IP address from the BR200, acting as DHCP server?

- Are they being dropped into the correct subnet?
- Are Netmask and default gateway correct (the BR200)?
- Can you ping the BR200?
- Do the clients receive working DNS servers? Can you ping them?
- Can you ping Internet IP addresses, e.g.
- When you configure one of the BR200 LAN ports with one of your user profiles and connect by cable, how does this compare? Do you have Internet Access?
- Which VLAN is the AP130 dropped into? Does the AP130 have Internet Access?
- Have you configured any Firewall rules?

Let's see if this is enough to start with ;-)