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Extremecloud IQ VLAN and multiple subnet


Is it possible to allow at least two subnet onto 1 VLAN?

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Best answer by StephanH 8 May 2021, 06:01

Hello rkowals,

 for a VLAN and a SSID in the WLAN the used IPs don't matter (transparent), therefore you can run multiple networks in one VLAN.

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Hello rkowals,

 for a VLAN and a SSID in the WLAN the used IPs don't matter (transparent), therefore you can run multiple networks in one VLAN.

How do I assign an ip subnet tons VLAN, I’m not seeing anything in the Extreme IQ, so I’m guessing it’s. Command line.  I need both 172.16.0.0 and 172.17.0.0 on VLAN 3. Im not a network engineer by trade

 

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Hello rkowals,

normally you do not need to configure any IPs for the WLAN. You can simply assign one or more IP addresses on the router (the gateway) in the VLAN and, if necessary, configure this router as a DHCP server for these networks. There is no need to configure the subnets on XIQ for the clients.

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