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28th July 2011, 03:15 PM #1
Ruckus and Cisco VLan's?
I'm looking at installing a Ruckus Wireless solution onto an Cisco network infrastructure, can it link in with an existing Cisco VLan architecture? Or do we have to configure something funky for it?
We currently have VLans for
So thinking of adding
Would we be doing something with the Cisco End or Ruckus? Or a bit of both? Anyone out there with this experience?
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28th July 2011, 06:18 PM #2
as long as your VLANs are properly numbered and routed, you can set up the ruckus VLANs to use the same numbers (EG number 10 for Curriculum/Students, 20 for Staff/Admin) etc
Does it make sense?
28th July 2011, 06:33 PM #3
Allow me to expand on this
Our servers are broken down as follows
AdminServer - VLAN Route 10
CurriculumServer - VLAN Route 20
GuestServer (This just routes through a highly filtered proxy) - VLAN Route 30
Printers - VLAN Route 40
Ruckus is broken down as follows
Staff - Ruckus VLAN Route 10
Student - Ruckus VLAN Route 20
Guest - Ruckus VLAN Route 30
From here students connect to student wireless and only have access to the student system. It routes perfectly fine provided it all matches up
Thanks to nephilim from:
bjohnny42 (29th July 2011)
29th July 2011, 03:53 PM #4
Yes that does make sense, so do you have cisco kit too as well as Ruckus?
29th July 2011, 03:57 PM #5
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