is capable of supporting a configuration that we routinely perform on Enterprise Access Points in Autonomous mode (not connected to a Cisco controller). If you are familiar with Cisco’s Autonomous access point configurations, you can look at the sample configuration I’ve attached and immediately see what I’m trying to accomplish.
How to configure if it is capable of this configuration
This is what we need.
One public hot spot
One for the private traffic (can be vlan 1)
One for the public traffic (vlan 30)
All traffic leaving the AP must be tagged frames. Cisco calls tagged frames Trunking.
The AP port will connect to a Cisco ASA 5505 PoE port with the following configuration:
description *** AP Connection ***
switchport trunk allowed vlan 1,30
switchport trunk native vlan 1
switchport mode trunk
One can see from the sample configuration independent vlans are facilitated with dot1Q encapsulation on sub-interfaces for the Ethernet port and the radios in my example configuration. I cannot determine if the WAP321 can accomplish this or how to accomplish this.
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