We had an easier time doing this on 6.1
We've got 3different VLAN, and the bonjour broadcast is not working (unless you're on the same VLAN as a printers or appleTV.) The Devices do not appear " in the list" on the computers.
We've tried to enable all services and enable only select services, to no avail. At the time of writing, the bonjour devices are correctly populating in HiveManager (and marked as checkmark shared as appropriate) however only the WiFi VLAN is showing up. Devices that are wired in and connected via other VLANs do not show up on Hivemanger's own "status" page .
We want any and all troubleshooting suggestions, including taking it to the packet capture level.
IGMP Snooping has been disabled on our Juniper switch (which helped is on 6.1)
I’ve already tried an “all” profile with no results. More entries, but all of them on VLAN30. I can try again and post a screenshot of the client page if you like...
The APs are hooked up on trunk ports that should have access to all VLANs ( in fact, their native VLAN is another one, VLAN20).
In general, I need to push a full update to the APs to change these settings right? That’s what I’ve been doing, so I can only do it off hours to avoid downtime
We basically downgraded one AP to a 6.1 Firmware (the one before it became "stateless"). This AP has the bonjour bridge enabled, and the other APs have no bonjour in their config. (You only need 1 AP to manage bridging for the whole network anyway).
The disadvantage with this setup is you have to remove bonjour bridge in your profile, push an update to all your APs except your designated one, and then re-add the bonjour bridge, and push that update to your designated one. Not too bad, just few extra clicks when you have to do profile updates.