I've got a site with about 150 WiNG based AP's. They adopt on V67 and as such, this is the default untagged vlan for each port they're connected to. For some reason, when I tell the AP's that this is V67 (as opposed to 1) in their profiles, they don't provision. So they think that the untagged port they're on in 1 when in fact it's 67. Why does this matter? We're implementing a new management platform and since it's pulling the AP configs and they don't mesh with the actual settings, it's messing up everything. Any thoughts as to why the AP's won't work when the profile says that their default vlan is 67 (bridging at the interface)? These are nearly all 4532 and 4522 devices.