I did this, assuming that LWAP will communicate with the controller on NATIVE Vlan 1, while vlans 5 and 10 had to be mapped/used to the two site's SSIDs. As you probably assume LWAP got disconnected from the controller.
I had to switchport trunk allowed vlan add 1 and finally things got as it were.
Why does native vlan had to be also allowed on the tagged Vlan list?
1. When you use an IEEE 802.1Q trunk port, all frames are tagged except those on the VLAN configured as the native VLAN for the port. Frames on the native VLAN are always transmitted untagged and are normally received untagged. Therefore, when an Access Point (AP) is connected to the switchport, the native VLAN configured on the AP must match the native VLAN configured on the switchport.
2. To support the AP management(with connection to WLC)
3. As per your post switchport trunk allowed vlan none
means you dont want to allow any vlan on this trunk port.
Vlan 1 had to also be allowed because of the command you issued:
switchport trunk allowed vlan none
This command effectively prevents any vlans (tagged or untagged) from passing across the trunk link. Be aware the trunk link will remain in an On state even though you have blocked all vlans from passing through it. So think of the switchport trunk allowed set of commands as a block/allow set of rules that exists independently of the configuration requirements to create a trunk link such as one native vlan being established/encapsulation being set/negotiation being set.
P.S. here is a link that will help explain it in more detail https://supportforums.cisco.com/document/11836/how-define-vlans-allowed-trunk-link
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