Wonder if someone would kindly advise, and put me on the right track.
So, my scenario is; I am attempting to install a Cisco vWLC on my laptop, in a VMWare Workstation environment. I have installed both VYOS, and vWLC, created a trunk between VYOS and WLC which includes 2 VLANS:
Bridge to my laptop NIC, to my home router.
VLAN10 = WLC-Management
VLAN20 = AP-Management (includes DHCP scope for the access points)
External connection to physical AP, bridged to USB NIC connected to laptop.
This works perfectly, having nated the external IP address in ETH0, I am able to web manage the WLC on the internal Management interface (VLAN10).
My issue with the AP VLAN, I would like to redirect this, with a bit of routing, back out a secondary USB NIC on my laptop to an externally connected physical Access Point. I have looking to create a third virtual NIC in VMware, associate this with VYOS and then in someway bridge the Ethernet adapter so that it appears on the same VLAN as that of my AP-Management VLAN, and then communicates with my WLC?
I am at the point where I am struggling to see the woods for the trees now!