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Author Topic: Vlan for SSID different but interface port on switch is access mode  (Read 2429 times)

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Offline netter007

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Dear all,

If SSID has vlan-id different from access-mode port of switch, is it map to vlan-id of SSID or access-mode of port of switch ? from my analysis, traffic could be use vlan of access port switch. Please give advice, if this methods can running well or not ? Urgent, please advice.


Thx


Offline hchen01

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setting on the wireless controller:
SSID XXX map to VLAN "X"; GE1: access mode/VLAN X; using local mode:
means clients of the wireless network belong to the VLAN been set on the port of the switch(or the native
VLAN been set on the port of the switch)

setting on the wireless controller:
SSID XXX map to VLAN "X"; GE1: access mode/VLAN Y; using local mode:
means the clients of the wireless network can't access the wired network

setting on the wireless controller:
SSID XXX map to VLAN "X"; GE1: trunk mode/including vlan X,Y and Z / switch port: trunk mode/including vlan X,Y and Z; using local mode:
means clients of the wireless network belong to the VLAN X.