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Native VLAN and Trunks on Bridges

I have a need for different Native VLANs on the radio side and the ethernet side. Can this be done on the non-root 1410 bridge?

The radio native VLAN is to support the management on teh 1410 bridges. I also need to attach a single device from another VLAN on the non-root bridge and I do not want to have to put in a switch just to break out that needed VLAN.

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Re: Native VLAN and Trunks on Bridges

The bridge supports only one SSID. You should assign the SSID to the native VLAN

1.Create subinterfaces on the radio and Ethernet interfaces.

2. Enable 802.1q encapsulation on the subinterfaces and assign one subinterface as the native VLAN.

3. Assign a bridge group to each VLAN.

4. (Optional) Enable WEP on the native VLAN.

5. Assign the bridge's SSID to the native VLAN.

To assign an SSID to a VLAN and how to enable a VLAN on the bridge radio and Ethernet ports

For further information click this link.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/wireless/bridge/1400/12.3_8_JA/configuration/guide/p38vlan.html

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