VLAN help needed

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Mar 31st, 2008
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Hi, I've setup a AP521 access point, and now it asked for a VLAN number. I'm sort of gren into larger networking, but currently Im the only one in the company responsible for it, so I learn a lot by the hard way each day ;)


I dont know what to do with the VLAN number, but in the topology view I can see a Cisco 831 router.


Could anyone give me some guidelines on this?


Thanx in advance.


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Justin Brenton Mon, 03/31/2008 - 09:30
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Hi granzow12,


A Vlan is a virtual network. Basically you need to find out what virtual network you would like your access point to be a member of.


For example: You may have a Vlan of 21 for Voice, Vlan 20 for Data. Basically 2 seperate networks.


I would suggest looking at the running-configuration of your Cisco hardware to find out your Vlan information on your network.


HTH, Please rate


Regards,

Justin

granzow12 Mon, 03/31/2008 - 22:59
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Okay, I see.


But we dont have any other cisco hardware than our router. Does the VLAN option require Cisco hardware?


Thanx in advance.

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