I recently made some changes to our network LAN, I changed the subnet on our guest vlan, and the AP was operating fine. I went back and added our Dummy trunking vlan (vlan 99) and set it as the native vlan on the AP. Now the access point is functioning properly, except for the fact that I can't access (no ping or telnet) the BVI1 interface. I'm kind of at a loss on how to approach this. I have a feeling it has something to do with adding vlan 99 and setting it as the native vlan, but I'm unsure how to remove them because I see the vlans listed twice in the CLI.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
VLAN 10-Data: 10.50.1.0 /24
VLAN 90-Guest: 10.50.9.0 /24
BVI1: 10.50.1.7 /24
Default Gateway: 172.31.0.2 (Loop1 IP Address of L3 Distro switch)
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