Making Ruckus Cloud work with VLAN based IP configurations
I have a simple network, with three vlans (Data, Voice, and Video). I've entered all three wireless networks into my Ruckus Cloud account, and assigned each to the proper vlan number on network (20, 30, and 40). The ICX ports that I'm plugging my AP's into are set for tagged ports and the AP ports are tagged in each of the three vlans. There is a DHCP server on the lowest numbered vlan (20), but the AP's (R510's) never get an IP address, even though the DHCP server is on the local vlan 20. If I put the AP's on a public VLAN they go to the cloud, and grab their configs, which should add the three vlans, and then drops from the cloud once the configs are downloaded (I'm assuming because that vlan ID isn't in the AP's). But moving them back to the tagged ports, they never get an IP address (based on the power led). Can anyone shed some light on the proper way to get AP's added to the cloud when all you have are three tagged vlans?