The new AIR-CAP702W AP have 4 10/100/1000Base-T local Ethernet ports.
On the data-sheet it's written "for wired devices connectivity".
That's very good, but how do we manage the traffic on these ports?
- Are we able to configure theses ports in access-mode with different VLAN-IDs?
So in that case the uplink of the AP should be in trunk-mode.
And where do we configure the ports of the AP, on the WLC?
- Or is the traffic from the devices connected into these ports encapsulated into CAPWAP tunnel, like the wireless data traffic, and is terminated into the WLC(s)?
In that case, can we choose what port is associated to what VLAN/SSID on the WLC?
- Or something else maybe?
Thank you for your help.
The 4 x 10/100/1000BASE-T local Ethernet ports support half and full duplex mode, auto-negotiation, and MDI/MDIX Auto-Sensing. Devices you connect must support auto negotiation if you connect with another mode, say hard configured speed and so on. The port may not be enabled and depending on the version of code, for example 22.214.171.124 the initial release, the ports are not managed.
Hope that helps.