I have a Cisco 1142N dual-band WAP that is 95% configured. It currently has 2 SSIDs which are broadcasting and tagging the traffic for the correct VLANs. I have configured most of the settings from the web interface. However, when I go to add the Radio1-802.11N to either of the SSIDs, I recieve the following message "VLAN '3' doesn't exist on 'Radio1-802.11N 5GHz' (see Services>VLAN)" However, when I go to Services>VLAN Both radios are tagged for both VLANs, so my question is are both VLANs tied to both radios? If not, how can I configure it? I don't know the console commands would be for those. Any help would be greatly appriciated.
The only thing is that as mention above, if you want to use the A radio to add the ssid under the interface.
Also i noticed that you have configured to use both encryption ciphers AES and TKIP and this may or may not work if the wireless client supports it or could create connectivity issues and at the end you have wireless clients reporting that they connect and disconnect.
As per the WiFi alliance when working with wpa version 1 we use the cipher of TKIP and when working with WPA version 2 we use the cipher of AES-CCM and due to this all wireless clients are set to comply with the WiFi alliance so the wireless card can do an encryption method at a time either wpav1 + TKIP or wpav2 + AES.
Also make sure that the switch where the ap is connected is configured as a trunk port with the same untagged or natvie vlan the access point has an ip address for.
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