I am using HREAP on a number of AP's to fulfill a need of my end-users to have wireless devices connect to a locally hosted resource on a sites network. Getting the AP's to operate correctly has not been an issue (for the most part), and getting the "Locally Switched VLAN's" functional was not a problem. However, when I routinely go back through my AP's to check on them or to look t-shoot an unrelated issue I have noticed that some of the AP's have retained the Locally Switched VLAN mapping (i.e.: WLAN Id=5, Profile Name = test ssid, VLAN Id = 123) and some of them resolve the VLAN Id to 1 (for example).
Is the anyone that may have experienced this and can offer or point me towards a resolution?
I am also curious if I can configure the Locally switched vlans directly to my WiSM's instead of to each individual HREAP'd AP?
BTW: I have a wireless environment of 1242, 1252, and 1142 ap's with WiSM's on a 65xx w/ sup720.
Thanks for the help.