the current setup is with 2x rfs7000 with mixture of AP7131 and 7532, theWIFI networks are set to tunnel at present, I would like to test a new setup with one AP/WIFI network to be locally bridged on the AP.
The port of the AP will connect to on the network switch and the port set to be a trunk port, The AP is set to allow 1,4096 vlans so the network switch hold the allows VLAN information.
Will it work ? having just this one AP / wifi network to locally bridged ? or is it an all or nothing setting ?
Best answer by Tomasz
When you bridge WLAN to Ethernet locally on an AP, you don't need to create VLAN virtual interface (SVI in fact, based on Cisco terminology). It would have to be there if you needed L3 communication for AP on that VLAN (as a RADIUS client for example). If you want to locally bridge 802.11 to Ethernet with some 802.1Q tag it has to be specified for that WLAN and it has to be in 'allowed VLANs' for AP's ge1 set as trunk.
Hope that helps,