It appears as if the MAP and RAP's ethernet interfaces are handled differently. True or False?
THe RAP is plugged into the 3550's trunked port with the native set to vlan 11 so it will connect and get an IP address from the 3550 on the AP vlan.
Is the 5 GHz link "on vlan 11"? It seems like it would have to be in order for our MAP to get an IP address.
We tried using vlan 11 on the MAP's ethernet interface as the untagged vlan, but it didn't seem to work. We changed it to vlan 15 and it works. Using different vlan interface IP addresses on the switch, of course.
Why can't we vlan 11 as our AP vlan and our switch management vlan?
Is it possible to use VTP from the 3550 to the 3560 in this scenario.
Does anyone have a lab written that shows the steps? And perhaps explains the reasoning?
Re: Indoor wireless mesh configuration - Q's about ethernet brid
I can't give a full explanation but I think this is expected.
You normally don't want your RAP native vlan to be bridged across MAPs ethernet port. This would mean that a broadcast packet sent by wired devices behind the MAP would travel all the way to the RAP and the WLC network and vice versa (APs ARP packets sent to all wired clients behind MAPs) ... that's not optimal to my opinion.
At the time the feature was made available in 5.2, I read that it was highly recommended by developers to use vlan 1 to connect the RAP as ap vlan. I'm not sure that this restriction stayed but it does make some sense that the ap vlan is not bridged behind MAPs.
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