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Create 2 IP addresses on one Cisco AP per vlan?

Hallo,

to get it simple -

I have only one switch with following equipement attached:

1 x AP1130AG,

1 x WLSE Express,

1 x DHCP/DNS-Server for 10.0.0.0/24 subnet,

1 x DHCP/DNS-Server for 192.168.2.0/24 subnet.

The AP, WLSE and the DHCP-/DNS-Server (192.168.2.0/24) are in the native vlan 1.

But the AP is also with the second DHCP-/DNS-Server in vlan 2.

Could get the AP two seperate IP-addresses per vlan? When not how I have to design the network? - With routing?

I am happy when somebody is able to help.

Sincerely

se

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Re: Create 2 IP addresses on one Cisco AP per vlan?

Hi se

This is how I do it (I don't have WLSE):

- Create a ssid per vlan in the AP.

- Configure switch to AP connection as a trunk.

- If needed, configure helper addresses in switch.

If you need routing between VLANs, you will need a router, afaik AP cannot do it.

HTH

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