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access point problem... help

i have an access point which is not suppose to be in the native vlan, the port which is connected to the access point has no trunk.

when i checked the native vlan, this error prompted...

%SYS-4-P2_WARN: 1/Tag 1 on packet from <mac add> port 1/3, but port's native vlan is 2

but when i unchecked it, the connection lost between AP & switch...

what actually happened? can anyone plz help me?

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Re: access point problem... help

Hi,

the connected switch a Cisco Switch? If yes do you have configured a "switchport access vlan xx"?

If the connected Switch is not a Cisco i had a problem similiar to yours and fixed it with the setup of the used VLAN (in my case VLAN 10) as Native VLAN in the AP.

Maybe you should setup the Native VLAN to 2 in your AP Config.

I Hope that helps.

Best regards,

Frank

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