We are testing the functionality of Apple's Classroom.
In our environment, Teachers and Students are connected to separate SSIDs.
Teachers are not able to see students when connected to a different network.
We were wondering if there is a way for the app to work on a multi-vlan environment.
There is no official documentation from Apple about this.
Has anyone encountered the same issue?
My understanding is that it will not work on multi-vlan environment.
I did find this...
Apple classroom service on multi VLAN environment
Apple classroom service is not supported on multi VLAN environment yet
Why my clients on two different WLAN running on two different VLAN are not able to see each other in Apple classroom service?
Customer using Apple Classroom service and teachers connects to staff wireless VLAN 116 and the students connect to student wireless VLAN 112. Teacher's iPad is unable to see the students iPads. If they connect the teacher iPad to the same wireless as the students, then they can see the student iPads.
Service is not supported by Apple in multi VLAN environment and there is no bonjour service for it as of now.
No work around available, Apple need to add multi VLAN support and respective bonjour service for Apple classroom.
Cannot be resolved from Ruckus side as not supported by Apple.
Unfortunately we did check that page already , but we were trying to find some official documentation from apple.
That article is dated February 2018 , so we were wondering if a new update is now allowing it.
Thanks anyway for the quick reply , let's see if anyone else has something to add.
I have the same question as Martino, as we cannot make the app working. The ipads communicate, but student ipads are still showing offline. What would be the changes done please.