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How to change the vlan of AP interface
4442 3 2019-8-20 14:18:42
Fat or MACC mode:
Login into AP, using the command as blew to configure the vlan of  AP interface:
AP#config ter
AP(config)#vlan vlan-number
interface gi 0/1.1
AP(config-if-GigabitEthernet 0/1.1)#encapsulation dot1Q vlan-number
AP(config-if-GigabitEthernet 0/1.1)#ip dhcp snooping trust
AP(config-if-GigabitEthernet 0/1.1)#exit
AP(config)#interface gi 0/2
AP(config-if-GigabitEthernet 0/2)#encapsulation dot1Q vlan-number
AP(config-if-GigabitEthernet 0/2)#end
Fit mode:
WS6008#config ter
WS6008(config)#ap-config ap-name
WS6008(config-ap)# wired-vlan 10 port 1 auto-save  //configure port 1 to vlan 10
Function support:
Through the wired-vlan command can configure the vlan of wired network interface used, the configuration only can be effectively on the AP which have wired network interface, the model of AP only Fit AP products:
They are AP110-W, AP120-W, AP120-S, AP130-W, AP130(L), AP130(W), MAP552,MAP552-W and AP3220-P.

0 2020-9-28 12:49:34 View all replies
sir, i want to ask

this is my ac condition,
1. he has 6 port
    - port 1 for trunk
    - port 2-4 for AP Vlan 1
    - Port 5,6 for AP Vlan 2

now AP vlan 1 running well, with dhcp relay to another dhcp server
my question is, why is my AP for Vlan 2 (plugged at port 5) cant detected from My AC (adding AP list)
ping from another PC in vlan 2 or from AC to AP Vlan 2 is can,
the step already same as AP Vlan 1 but why cant detected, what should i do,


0 2020-9-28 13:12:55 View all replies
this is config for vlan 2, same treatment as AP before at vlan 1 but different ip

0 2020-10-16 10:56:28 View all replies
deden.zainal@id replied at 2020-9-28 13:12
this is config for vlan 2, same treatment as AP before at vlan 1 but different ip

Sorry for later reply. Can the AP ping to AC capwap ctrl-IP.
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