SSID and VLAN

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Sep 30th, 2008

Hi

If there is no VLAN defined for SSID, is it going to use default VLAN as the same with AP VLAN?

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jwadleigh Tue, 09/30/2008 - 10:14

Hi!

If there is no VLAN specified for a particular SSID, then traffic on that SSID will not be tagged. As a result, if there is only one VLAN on the AP, the traffic goes on that VLAN. If multiple VLAN's are present (i.e. the AP is connected to a trunk port on the switch), then the traffic will be placed on the native VLAN of the trunk.

I hope this helps!

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