how to not tie mgmt. vlan with a ssid

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Jul 11th, 2007

i have two vlan on 1200 ap. one vlan is for wifi user and the other mgmt vlan is just for mgmt. of ap from rest of the network. i don't want to associate this with a ssid. i don't want the wireless users to be able to get on using this ssid at all.

any suggestions.

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rnigam Sat, 07/14/2007 - 03:41

...and there is no need to. As soon as you enable the vlans the ssid are disabled by default, but you simply need to map the ssid with the vlan you want your user to be into . The native vlan can simply work silently without being mapped to a ssid....can be easily configured via CLI.


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