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Can the AP VLAN and STA VLAN be the same during local forwarding in fit AP mode?

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Post time 2019-7-2 08:42:57 | Show all posts |Read mode
Yes. To ensure the same VLAN forthe AP and STA, run the following commands:
Ruijie(config)# ap-config ap-name
Ruijie(config-ap)# ap-vlanvlan-id (vlan-id indicates the VLANof the AP and STAs. It must be configured. Otherwise, wireless STAs cannotobtain the address.)
During local forwarding, if theconfigured VLAN ID is the same as that assigned to STAs, the actual VLAN ofSTAs is determined by the access switch connected to the AP instead of the VLANconfigured in this command or the VLAN allocated in vlan-group mode.
If the ap-vlan command is not configured, the default VLAN is VLAN1.   
During local forwarding, if thewireless STAs' VLAN is VLAN 1 while the AP VLAN is not VLAN 1, you need to run ap-vlan x on the AP (x indicatesthe AP's VLAN ID). Otherwise, wireless STAs obtain addresses in the AP addresssegment instead of the VLAN 1 address.

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