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Someone already do a bridge configuration with 1524 AP? I read Cisco documentation, and is not very clear regarding configuration on switch side.
I will do a Bridge in trunking mode, so i want to know what is the VLAN i need to set as native vlan on the switch trunk port.
Do i need to set the management vlan as native VLAN? Is someone had some documentation regarding this, please send me information.
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Most of the time if the AP or Mesh ap is not in h-reap/flexconnect, then you configure it as a switchport access.
The ap management vlan should be the native vlan you configure on the switch if your are trunking. Also aloow only the managment vlan and any other vlans that you will be placing wireless users on.
Did i need to do this on both RAP and MAP switch port configure as trunk? (Native vlan management)
The RAP is the only one that is connected to an ethernet port, so I would just use an access port. The MAP connects to the RAP, so there is no ethernet configuration.
Thanks, but in my case i want to configure a point to point bridge configuration.
The point is , i want to use and give the same layer 2 vlan on a switch on the MAP side.
Did is possible? I have some device on the MAP side directly connect on a switch and the layer 3 switch is on the RAP side.
Here is a link... just scroll down to Ethernet VLAN Tagging Guidelines