connect Ruckus R320 with Cisco switch

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I have Ruckus R320 and I connect it with Cisco switch, but it not connect, so in Cisco switch I need add management vlan ?
my config in Cisco:
"switchport trunk allowed vlan 2,10,15,30,205
 switchport trunk native vlan 999
 switchport mode trunk
 switchport nonegotiate"
management vlan is 205.
Thanks a lot!



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chidung nguyen

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Posted 3 weeks ago

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Arun Nagaraj, Employee

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Hi Nguyen,

Can you please let us know from which Vlan you want the Ap to get an ip address from. Is it 999 or 205.

When the AP is connected to switch it will try to get ip address from Native Vlan.

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Arun N
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chidung nguyen

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I want AP get IP from vlan 205, that is vlan management.
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Arun Nagaraj, Employee

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Hi Nguyen,

Do you have any SZ/vSZ in the network to manage this R320 Ap or is it running as a standalone AP.

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Arun N 
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Arun Nagaraj, Employee

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Hi Nguyen,

If the AP is running as standalone.

Please connect the Ap directly to your laptop and access the AP with its default Ip address 192.168.0.1. Login to Ap CLI using default username and password. Once you login, you can use the below command to check the Vlan and then connect it to the cisco switch.

set ipaddr wan vlan <vlan_id> <ip_addr> <subnet_mask> <gateway>

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Arun N
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hi Arun N!
Thanks for help, I aready follow your guide, however I still can not connect with AP ruckus R320, AP running Unleshed ( this AP is not master).
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Arun Nagaraj, Employee

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Hi Nguyen,

Can you please share the output of the following command.

get ipaddr wan

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Arun N
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chidung nguyen

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my command inmage. I see it use vlan1, but I want set vlan 205 for this AP.
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Arun Nagaraj, Employee

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Hi Nguyen,

The Vlan is still 1, it is not changed to 205. Only when you change it to 205, the AP will get an Ip address from 205 and connect to the network. As per your setting on Cisco switch.

I would recommend you to please open a case with our Support team, so that we can help you out on a remote session.

You can use the following link to open a case 

https://support.ruckuswireless.com/contact-us

Regards,
Arun N
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chidung nguyen

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hi Arun N!

Thanks so much, your information very helpful