How to broadcast 2 SSIDs on the same radio interface on the default VLAN?
I am struggling on configuring two SSIDs on a single radio interface on default VLAN. It should be a very basic setup however I can't get it to work. I don't need any security on the SSIDs and I want them both broadcasted. My AP is AIR-AP1242AG-A-K9 with 12.4 firmware. Here is my current config:
dot11 ssid test2 authentication open ! dot11 ssid test1 authentication open guest-mode !
interface Dot11Radio0 no ip address no ip route-cache ! ssid test1 ! ssid test2
However the test2 is not broadcasted... I can't put "guest-mode" under ssid test2. I got this error: "Dot11Radio0: Guest-ssid already existing on ssid test1"
I was trying to use mbssid but it requires to use VLAN, which I don't need. However if it's a must that's fine as long as both SSIDs have to be on the same VLAN.
Can anybody please provide me a sample config? Thanks!
As soon as I try to associate test2 with vlan 1 I got this error:
Warning: Vlan 1 already mapped to SSID test1. SSIDs with same vlan association cannot be attached to the same interface. Dot11Radio0: VLAN 1 is already mapped to SSID test1, SSID to VLAN mapping should be unique on interface.
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