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Br1300 Point2Point-link carrying multiple Vlans?

Hi

I want to configure 2 1300 Bridges as a point2point-link between two buildings. I want the radio link to carry 3-4 different vlans.

Each bridges ethernet-interface will of course be configured as a .1q-trunk and will be connected to a switch which interface is also configured as .1q.

BUT. How do I configure the radio link to be q-tagged? Is it possible to transfer more than one vlan in the same SSID? Or do I have to create one SSID per vlan I want to carry?

Thanks in advance

Regards

Jimmy

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kka
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Re: Br1300 Point2Point-link carrying multiple Vlans?

For bridging of dot1q-trunks only a single SSID is used. The VLANs

are created as subinterfaces on the Ethernet- and Radio-Interfaces.

With the GUI use SERVICES->VLAN to create the VLANs.

This will create the subinterfaces and bridge groups on both Ethernet-

and Radio-IF. (If you don't mark any VLAN as native, VLAN 1 is native)

To configure VLANs using the CLI, you might want to take a look at

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps5861/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a00804ed724.html

IIRC correctly the management IP of the bridge is always in the native VLAN.

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