Do i have to create a separate vlan for the dot1q trunk connected through AP? Or i can directlty have the ap have the same vlan but different encapsulation (i.e dot1q). Because when i tried to put the ap on the same vlan but different encapsulation, it didnt work.
1. You need trunks on both the ends if there are more than one VLAN supposed to be traversing through it.
2. ISL does not supports native vlan, by default. Thus, if you are using voice make sure it aint going in the native vlan, in a setup as yours. Have the voice packets tagged into a vlan, and have it traversed in the network.
3. The trunk encapsulation type (ISL or DOT1Q) should be same on both the ends of the trunk. However, on different trunks it can be different, and can thus coexist in the same environment.
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