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If configuring multiple SSID/vlan, how to configure switch port for AP ?

Hi, we want to configure 3 ssids and create 3 related vlans (2,3,4), APs are connected to local switch, but the Controller is in data centre, WLANs all work in bridge mode.   Please advise how to configure the local switch which is used to connect APs.  Thanks in advance.

 

 

 

Re: If configuring multiple SSID/vlan, how to configure switch port for AP ?

Yes but you need to enable CPSec on the controller to do it with Canpus APs or deploy the APs as RAPs

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Re: If configuring multiple SSID/vlan, how to configure switch port for AP ?

All Virtual APs in bridge mode will q-tag the traffic on the physical AP port.  If you want to put clients in Vlan 3, you need to configure a trunk that has VLAN 3 tagged, and so on for any other VLAN.  By default VLAN1 is not tagged.



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Re: If configuring multiple SSID/vlan, how to configure switch port for AP ?

Thanks for reply.

 

I tried to configure switch port to trunk port which allow vlan 2,3,4, and native vlan is vlan 1,but switch displays one warning message " AP port native vlan is 0".  Please advise why AP native vlan id is 0. Thanks

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Re: If configuring multiple SSID/vlan, how to configure switch port for AP ?

Which switch are you using and why can't you set the native vlan to 1?



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Re: If configuring multiple SSID/vlan, how to configure switch port for AP ?

Hi Colin, I mean the AP ethernet port native vlan is 0,    default AP native vlan is 0,  should set  it at "Uplink vlan " ? Thanks.

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