I am having problems getting multiple VLANs to carry across a bridged point-to-point link. I have a portable building that has no wired infrastructure and have had to run a wireless bridge link from the portable back to a main building. Also, in the portable, I am running wireless instead of cabling the building.
The setup is:
Switch port Fa0/24 connects to Aironet 1310 Bridge #1 port Fa0.
Aironet 1310 Bridge #1 port Dot0 connects wireless link to Aironet 1310 Brige #2 port Dot0 in portable.
Aironet 1310 Bridge #2 port Fa0 connects to Aironet 1242 Access Point port Fa0 in portable.
My configurations are attached.
Bridge #1 is set as the root bridge, and Bridge #2 is set as the non-root bridge. With these configurations, the native VLAN is carried all the way to the Access Point, and from the campus network I can remote manage (and ping) the access point IP address. The problem is when I attached to either of the wireless networks (SSID wav-b6wc1 or wav-b6wc1-voip) no traffic seems to be passed back to the campus network. ie. I cannot get DHCP, and if I hard-set the IP I cannot ping into the campus network.
Can anyone see what is wrong with my configuration as to why the VLANs wouldn't be working.