I have been researching the past few days about Cisco wireless controllers and access point setup. Yesterday, my priorities changed, because we would like to setup our campus on vlans.
We have a switch that is capable of having a max of 4 VLANs.
We recently purchased a 2 port 4402-25 WLC and a few aironet 1240ag access points. It is my understanding that both the WLC and access points can support 16 VLANs.
What I would like to do is setup 1 VLAN for staff, 1 for students, and 1 for quarantine on our switch. What I would like to know is if I am able to setup port one on my 4402 to handle all my VLANs and have my second port as a failover or if I can use LAG and cut down on the setup process. If I can accomplish this either of the two options do I make separate WLANs and link the 3 VLANs to it on the WLC? My final question is if I can get the 3 VLANs setup on the WLC do I have to still configure each access point for my 3 VLANs or can I do this through the GUI on the WLC?
If I happened to put this post on the wrong forum I apologize.
If you have any suggestion, best practices, or links to documentation it will be greatly appreciated.