I have a pair of B-5 Lite’s that I am testing in my office. When they are in cisco “switchports” I can get to them via their DHCP address, when I change them to trunk ports (because I need to pass multiple vlan’s), I can no longer access them through the web interface via the DHCP address. Everything works fine (I’m actually connected to a switch that is connecting back into our network via the B-5 Lite’s) except for management of the device. I don’t even see the MAC address for the B-5’s either. Anyone else experienced this?
- Are you using same vlan as native on the trunk port as when in switchport on the cisco?
- Is your client trying to connect to the B5-lite on the same vlan, or do you have routes between the different vlans and sufficent acl to allow traffic in the router/security gateway?
Another question, are you setting up a management VLAN and are you setting the “Management VLAN” settings in your B5-lite?