I got a couple of AIR-AP1231G (autonomous, without WLC). There are several SSID's mapped to several VLAN's. Everything is fine.
Now, I have to configure a second SSID (with different authentication) on an, already "SSID-associated" VLAN.
Unfortunately, the AP shows me the following error:
"Warning: Vlan xxx already mapped to SSID xxx. SSIDs with same vlan association cannot be attached to the same interface.
Dot11Radio0: VLAN xxx is already mapped to SSID xxxx, SSID to VLAN mapping should be unique on interface".
I know, with WLC440x it can be done. Without VLAN-SSID association on an autonomous it works as well.
What about this setup? Do I have do build up a new VLAN?
Hope all is well my friend!
Autonomous 1100 and 1200 Series;
You can configure up to 16 SSIDs on your access point and assign different configuration settings to each SSID.These are the settings you can assign to each SSID:
*** Note: SSIDs, VLANs, and encryption schemes are mapped together on a one-to-one-to-one basis; one SSID can be mapped to one VLAN, and one VLAN can be mapped to one encryption scheme.
â¢Client authentication method
â¢Maximum number of client associations using the SSID
â¢RADIUS accounting for traffic using the SSID
â¢Repeater mode, including authentication username and password
â¢Redirection of packets received from client devices
If you want the access point to allow associations from client devices that do not specify an SSID in their configurations, you can set up a guest SSID. The access point includes the guest SSID in its beacon.
If your access point will be a repeater or will be a root access point that acts as a parent for a repeater, you can set up an SSID for use in repeater mode. You can assign an authentication username and password to the repeater-mode SSID to allow the repeater to authenticate to your network like a client device.
If your network uses VLANs, you can assign one SSID to a VLAN, and client devices using the SSID are grouped in that VLAN.
From this doc;
Hope this helps!