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sg200 vlan set up

My setup is dsl going through a firewall to 2 sg200. I have wireless ap's that that I want to setup as 2 networks. With the setup for the ap's I can set day secure as vlan 1 and guest as vlan 2 and broadcast both ssid's. My question is how can pass both vlan 1 and vlan 2 through a port on either switch to the firewall so vlan 1 would work just like anything hardwired paging through switch as I'm guessing untagged vlan 1 and vlan 2 to the firewall to act as dhcp and such as a separate network. Not sure if vlan can be on same port as vlan 1 going in firewall but I think it can. I also think all packets have to make it to the firewall tagged add either vlan 1 or vlan 2.

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Well you need to have a trunk

Well you need to have a trunk port for that. It's the only way

In your firewall create two interfaces with 802.1Q tagging on VLAN1 and VLAN2

I would highly recommend changing your VLAN1 to another vlan since this is the default native vlan.
Make it VLAN2 and VLAN3 for security and ease of configuration

On the port of the switch connecting to the FW, configure it as trunk. SW to SW connection configure TRUNK as well.

and that's about it!

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