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Occasional Contributor II

multiple VAP for AP 105

Is it possible to add more than one VAP to a AP 105?
And one can be in different forwarding modes?

regards
Torenhof
Aruba

multiple VAP for AP 105

Yes, the AP-105 can, and in all deployments I have worked with does support multiple VAPs.

Most typical use case is an internal network(Employee VAP) and an external network (Guest VAP). They can indeed have different forwarding modes associated.

Just be careful that if you want to have bridge mode forwarding, you need to enable CPSEC or be in Remote AP (RAP) mode. If you want to enable Split tunnel you likely want RAP mode.
Occasional Contributor II

Re: multiple VAP for AP 105


Yes, the AP-105 can, and in all deployments I have worked with does support multiple VAPs.

Most typical use case is an internal network(Employee VAP) and an external network (Guest VAP). They can indeed have different forwarding modes associated.

Just be careful that if you want to have bridge mode forwarding, you need to enable CPSEC or be in Remote AP (RAP) mode. If you want to enable Split tunnel you likely want RAP mode.




I have found it out that it is possible, one VAP is bridged mode, the other is in tunneled mode.
It's a bit more trickier than with a RAP but it works fine now.

regards
Torenhof
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