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management vlan on access point

Hello

If I connect my access point (1130) to a switch trunk port (because I need different VLANs on different SSIDs) how can I define on which VLAN the APs IP address is?

Must it be the native VLAN? If so, where do I have to define it?

Thanks

Thomas

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Re: management vlan on access point

you will need to add the management ip on the native vlan via BVI1

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interface BVI1

ip address 172.16.10.28 255.255.255.192

no ip route-cache

do a conf t

then in bvi1

ip add xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy

where x is the IP and y is the netmask

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Re: management vlan on access point

When you create the multiple subinterfaces under your fastethernet config, you need to enable dot1q on the subinterfaces. Then mark your management subinterface vlan as the native vlan. Do the same for the switch port.

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