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vlan in the wireless lan

Hi to all,

if i create 2 vlan and i configure 2 ssid one for each vlan, this two vlan are created only for the wireless interface? Or i need to reconfigure all the lan equipment for this 2 vlan?

If i configure 2 vlan and the relative ssid i need two bvi interface configured with two different ip-address or i can use only one bvi with one ip address?

Thanks and best regards,

Carlo S.

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Re: vlan in the wireless lan

The vlans are not only created for the wireless interface but also for the ethernet. Then the ethernet interface has to be connected with a switch that supports vlans. After that, it's up to you to do whatever you want with the vlans you created.

You don't need 2 BVI IPs. You only need one to be able to manage the AP

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