05-18-2021 01:01 PM
I need help to configure VLANs in WING 5.9.
The scenario is as follows.
I have 3 VLANs, which must be associated with 3 different SSIDs respectively.
VLANs are tagged on the HP 1920s SWITCH.
I would like to know how I should configure the WING so that, when connecting to a certain SSID, the IP is in the range of the VLAN associated with that SSID.
At the moment it only works with the default VLAN.
05-24-2021 01:36 PM
At this point all vlans are tagged except the native vlan which is untagged. Tagging of the native vlan is dependent on the way you configured it on your network. If the native vlan is tagged on your switch then it should be tagged here but if not then it should be left as above.
To tag the native vlan, you will need to run the following command:
Again, this all depends on way you configured the native vlan on your network. You can test this by keeping it untagged and then tagging it to see which will work.
If setting up static DGW you may want to add it to the AP profile as well.
#profile apxxx <profile name>
#ip default-gateway <DGW IP>
#profile apxxx <name>
# interface vlan xxx
#ip address dhcp
#ip address zeroconf secondary
#ip dhcp client request options all
#int vlan x
#int vlan x
Don’t forget to add the default gateway to the profile as well.
#ip default-gateway xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
If this still fails, untag the native vlan x and test.
WLANS should set to local in the bridging mode
05-18-2021 05:37 PM
Thanks. This was not quite what I was unable to do. But I did some research here, I needed to allow VLANs in ge1. The moment I did that everything started to work wonderfully well.
05-18-2021 01:08 PM
Its not that complicated
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk allowed vlan 1-4094
No need to configure interface VLAN with IP or DHCP.