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Unable to specify different VLAN for WLAN, in H-REAP mode

I've decided to try to use an existing WLAN and have it working with a new AP in H-REAP mode.

-I've joined the AP to the remote controller, assigned it an IP, put it in H-REAP mode.

-I chose a WLAN, enabled local switching.  On the controller, this WLAN uses VLAN 222.

-I went into the AP, configured the native VLAN, that was fin.  However, when I try to edit the WLAN VLAN,  CAN NOT change it. It always goes back to default (222).

I verified the vlan exists on the switch, is routable, etc, the switch port is a member of that vlan, it is set as a trunk w/ 802.1q, etc.

Any ideas on what would cause this?

I am SOO close   Thanks!

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Re: Unable to specify different VLAN for WLAN, in H-REAP mode

Ladies and gentleman, does this make sense?

I am using WCS to try and configure this...and that is where I was having trouble.  When I pulled up the WLC directly and made the vlan mapping change, it saved and worked fine.  Those changes were reflected in WCS also.  A bug maybe?   This is old 4.2 stuff