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Wireless Lan Controller and AP Group VLAN

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Jan 3rd, 2006
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I am using Wireless LAN controller with software version 3.2.78.0. My question is the purpose/function of the "AP Group VLAN" config option under the WLANs section. The on-line help is useless in explaining "what this is" and "when to use" matters. My "guess" is that I can restrict the WLAN (SSID network) that would be serviced for each of the wireless AP? Am I correct? In other words, I could have "test SSID" and "prod SSID", and through this grouping option I can configure a specific AP to service "test SSID" but not "prod SSID", is this correct? And if so, is this the primary/only functions for this configuration?


Thanks in advance.


p.s.

BTW, in my setup I have all wireless network on the same interface and on the same VLAN.



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beth-martin Mon, 01/09/2006 - 11:25
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Yes you are correct. The whole idea in having the AP group VLAN concept is to group set of APs to a specific SSID.

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