Hello,I have a 7030 aruba controller in 3 different locations, all of them in the same network (let's say VLAN5= 192.168.5.0/24). For about 3 years I had a single WLAN on all of them, everything worked as expected. Now I need to create second WLAN that carries traffic for another VLAN (VLAN11 = 192.168.11.0/24). What should be my approach in cofiguring devices? For switches I use either Aruba 1930 or HPE 1920S. Access points- mostly 305s. You can see the attached .png to understand it better. I created 2nd WLAN on the controller that is a part of 2nd VLAN and configured ports on the controller to be in TRUNK mode that allows every VLAN. When I add static IP on my tablet connected to 2nd WLAN/VLAN I am able to connect to controller using 2nd VLAN address (192.168.11.20) but I have no internet access. My router is configured correctly- access port that connects to my controller is in both VLANs. I didn't configure anything on switches, maybe that's the problem- should I configure ports connected to controller as trunks and ports connected to APs as tagged?
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