1300 bridge question

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May 12th, 2008

I have a set of bridges working right now on 1 vlan..which is the mgmt vlan I believe. What I need to do is add 4 more vlans plus a management vlan to this link for student registration(reg,quarentene,no -access and fullaccess vlans). The SSID I have now between the bridges is Wep'd..so do I need to individually add these's Vlans as well and wep them too? I'm kind of confused after reading the doc on the bridges they only use 1 vlan which isn't much help.

Also, both sides need to have the same Vlans configured right(local and remote)?

Thanks for any help,


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Correct Answer by retiredmarine about 8 years 5 months ago

You extend VLANs into a wireless LAN by adding IEEE 802.11Q tag awareness to the access point/bridge. VLAN 802.1Q trunking is supported between root and non-root access point/bridges through the access point/bridges' primary SSID.

try this link:


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