Trunking Cisco AP and ASA

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Hi all,

I think I know the answer to my post but I would like a second opinion.

I am trying to trunk a Cisco 1200 AP to an ASA 5505. The AP must have a native VLAN on VLAN 1 according to this link:

The ASA 5505 supports trunking but no native VLAN support. (see bottom of step 2).

Then I assume that if I want to do this, I'll have to put a switch in the middle, right?

The other option is to use a WLAN controller and tunnel all VLAN within the LWAPP tunnel.

Any other suggestions?



I have this problem too.
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srue Mon, 11/26/2007 - 11:32

you are correct, that in trunking mode, there is no native vlan support.

Cisco makes some inexpensive switches that would probably suit your needs.


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