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Can a single access point carry multiple vlans

We have a single access points that connect to a Cisco 3500XL switch. We have configured that port to carry 2 vlans.

interface FastEthernet0/44

switchport multi vlan 1,20,140

spanning-tree portfast

When we do this we can not ping the WAP. When we configure that port to only handle vlan 140 we can ping the WAP.

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Re: Can a single access point carry multiple vlans

Yes, I'm pretty sure that should be working as long as routing is working properly. You'll probably need to go over your configs with a TAC engineer.

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Re: Can a single access point carry multiple vlans

The Cisco APs haven´t worked with vlan yet, mobile ip can be a alternative for it. Take a look this page,

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/pcat/ao350ap.htm#BABBJDEC

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Re: Can a single access point carry multiple vlans

More responses please! I'm also interested in the ability to have multiple vlan access on a single AP.

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