This scenario is better explained with an example. If the native VLAN on the switchport is configured as VLAN 12 and on the AP, the native VLAN is configured as VLAN 1, then when the AP sends a frame on its native VLAN to the switch, the switch considers the frame as belonging to VLAN 12 since the frames from the native VLAN of the AP are untagged. This causes confusion in the network and results in connectivity problems. The same happens when the switchport forwards a frame from its native VLAN to the AP.
The configuration of native VLAN becomes even more important when you have a Repeater AP setup in your wireless network. You cannot configure multiple VLANs on the Repeater APs. Repeater APs support only the native VLAN. Therefore, the native VLAN configuration on the root AP, the switch port to which the AP is connected, and the Repeater AP, must be the same. Otherwise traffic through the switch does not pass to and from the Repeater AP.
The problem is not about tag the frame, i forgot to tell you that and i am sorry.
The problem is about Virtual-dot11radio interface. This interface is to connect with other infrastructure devices, but i have not others infrastructure devices, so i want to hidde, delete or do something about this virtual interface. Another subject is about tagging the frames, if i have the frame tagged with dot1q on the Ap in ethernet interface, i need to configure on the dot11radio ? Why? Seems like the trunk ports on the switch and access links. Why the dot11radio is always configured with the encapsulation? the Ethernet already have this encapsulation and i have only one vlan on the dot11radio. The AP knows that ?
Transferring Crash file from standby: Login to the Active WLC in HA.
From CLI: (Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload filename (Cisco
Controller) >transfer upload mode tftp (Cisco Controller) >transfer
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