802.11x standards are for wireless networks..For wired network (from Access Point/Bridge eth port to Ethernet switches) its just a regulat wired ethernet connection..So 802.11x is independent of ethernet switches.
I believe you are taking about 802.1p/Q, Not 802.11b. If it is 802.11 wless then you got an ans from PATEL. 802.1p/Q (Priority/Trunk) is exclusiely supported by Avaya. (L2 COS). "ch ip-network-region x", where x is the net region.
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