Bridge with clients & multiple VLANs on 1242 AP

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Oct 27th, 2009
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I am trying to set up a test as per the attached diagram. I am looking to use 2x 1242 access points to bridge to a remote part of the network.

I currently have 2 VLANs on the network, all network devices are on VLAN 1 for management and client access is on VLAN 2.

What I am trying to achieve is to bridge between the two access points and also have clients connect to VLAN 2 on each access point.

Firstly, are the 1242's capable of this or would I need to look at a 1300 Bridge?

I have attached a copy of the base config I have on both AP's, the only difference between them is the root or non-root role.

My bridge link currently works and I can ping across it on VLAN 1 but I cannot get a client to connect to the SSID on VLAN2. Although the SSID is set to guest mode I cannot see it being broadcast and if I manually try and connect nothing happens.

Is there anything basic I am missing here or can anyone offer advice on bridging multiple VLANs with 1242 AP's?



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