I have a problem with my new GL-MT300N-v2 Mango. I have on my normal AP two Wifi networks: 1 unsecured and 1 WPA2 Personal/AES. I can see with iwconfig on my “Mango” that it is connected (tested with both) but I get no IP and on my APs I see the “Mango” as connected but without IP.
When I open a hotspot on my iPhone and try to connect with it, it works without any problems.
I even tried to disable the Wifi for clients on the “Mango” without any effect. What can I do to further debug? Can I check anything on CLI? I have the newest firmware installed. I reset the “Mango” different times. Has anyone similar experience?
EDIT: other devices can connect to both of my Wifi networks
Ok I found out it is related to my used TP-Link Omada APs. All other APs are working. So I think I have here a special configuration on my APs and need help to debug it. So if you have any ideas how I can find a way to debug this please let me know.
Can you give details of your wifi settings on the ap that Mango cannot get IP?
I have problems with my TP-Link EAP-225 controlled via Omada. These APs have a central configuration:
- 2 SSIDs both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz
- all rates are allowed
- 1 SSID has WPA2-PSK with AES
- 1 SSID is open
- both SSIDs have the same problem
With tcpdump I can see that the udhcpc requests are send and reach my dhcp server. The DHCP server sends a reply but that reply never reaches the Mango. Are these information enough or did I miss anything? Please let me know.
here are screenshots from the two ssids and their configuration.
Does the psk2 and open wifi has the same SSID? or different?
These are two different SSIDs.
Please provide the captured file.
tcpdump udp -i apcli0 -w test.pcap
Please dump eth0
tcpdump udp -i eth0 -w test.pcap
root@GL-MT300N-V2:~# tcpdump udp -i eth0 -w test-udp.pcap tcpdump: listening on eth0, link-type EN10MB (Ethernet), capture size 262144 bytes 0 packets captured 0 packets received by filter 0 packets dropped by kernel
This is the output after one minute.
I ran also a tcpdump without “udp” this is test-all.pcap. I hope that helps you.
Archiv.zip (1.1 KB)
I hope you can dump a normal packets with your other device.
As I mentioned before on these two problematic SSIDs on my EAP-225 APs I can only send packages but I receive none. This is what we see here.
What should I simulate to get the result you want try to curl an url?
Should I send you a dump file where you can see that the DHCP requests where answered on my DHCP server and the answers are send back? As a proof?
# ifstatus wwan
root@GL-MT300N-V2:~# ifstatus wwan
This is what my Omada Controller tells me at the same time.
Can I help with more details or did another tests @JerryZhao ?
iwinfo apcli0 i
And show me some log:
Please show me the firewall config