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How to assign a static IP address to a WiNG AP from Web UI

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TitleHow to assign a static IP address to a WiNG AP from Web UI
Objective
To assign a static IP address to a WiNG AP from Web UI
Environment
  • All supported WiNG APs
  • WiNG 5.X
  • Web UI
  • Enterprise UI
  • Swift (Express) UI
Procedure
WiNG APs are shipped one of two types of Web UI,  either Enterprise (Classic) or Swift (Express). The following steps will allow you to configure a static IP address on a WiNG AP through a web browser:
  1. Swift (Express) UI:
    1. Log into the AP via Web UI
    2. Under Configuration go to Access Points
    3. Click on AP name
    4. IP Settings tab
    5. Click on Add
    6. Enter VLAN number
    7. Enter IP address including subnet mask
    8. Click Apply
    9. Click Apply again
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Note: If the Native VLAN is other than VLAN 1, create a VLAN and assign it an IP address. Map the new native VLAN to the ge port:
  1. Follow the exact same steps outlined above (1-9) to create your new Native VLAN. Lets Assume for this example that it is VLAN 100. 
  2. Once the new Native VLAN has been created it needs to be mapped to the ge port. 
  3. Under Configuration got to LAN
  4. Under LAN Port Settings Edit the ge1 port
  5. Change the Untagged VLAN ID to reflect the ID of the new Native VLAN
  6. Click Update
  7. Click Apply
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  1. Enterprise (Classic) UI:
    1. Log into the AP and go to Configuration
    2. Under Devices go to Device Overrides
    3. Select the AP
    4. Click Edit
    5. Expand Interface and go to Virtual Interfaces
    6. Select Vlan 1 (if native VLAN is other than VLAN 1 read note below)
    7. Click Edit
    8. IPV4 Tab
    9. Uncheck: 'Use DHCP to Obtain IP' 
    10. Enter IP address and subnet mask in Primary IP address field 
    11. Configure Zero Configuration as secondary IP (optional)
    12. Click OK then Exit
    13. Click Commit and Save
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Note: If the Native VLAN is other than VLAN 1, create a VLAN and assign it an IP address. Map the new native VLAN to the ge port:
  1. Creating new Native VLAN and map to ge 1 port::
  2. Under Configuration go to Devices
  3. Select System Profile
  4. Select the AP profile
  5. Click Edit
  6. Expand Interface
  7. Go to Virtual Interfaces
  8. Click Add
  9. Enter VLAN number then Continue
  10. Click Exit without entering any additional information
  11. Click Commit and Save
  12. Under Devices Overrides select the AP name
  13. Click Edit
  14. Go to Virtual Interfaces
  15. Select the new Native VLAN
  16. Click Edit
  17. Go to IPV4 Tab
  18. Enter the static IP address in the Primary IP address field
  19. Configure Zero Configuration as Secondary IP (optional)
  20. Click OK then Exit
  21. Commit and Save
  22. Back to System Profiles
  23. Select AP profile
  24. Click Edit
  25. Expand Interfaces then go to Ethernet Ports
  26. Select ge1 and click Edit
  27. Basic Configuration Tab
  28. Under Switching Mode enter the new Native VLAN in the Native VLAN field
  29. Ok then  Exit
  30. Commit and save
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