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Author Topic: DAP-2690 VLAN and Multi-SSID  (Read 10018 times)

darvar

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DAP-2690 VLAN and Multi-SSID
« on: May 05, 2012, 02:59:06 AM »

I need some help with DAP-2690. I want to attach SSIDs to VLANs, but documentation is not clear and I can not find any examples.

I want to use VLAN 300 for guests and VLAN 400 for internal office users. What should I use for port LAN - tagged, untagged, not member? LAN port is connected to switch and router that has VLAN 1, 300 and 400 tagged.

 My configuration:

VID    VLAN Name    Untag VLAN Ports    Tag VLAN Ports    Edit  Delete
1    default    Mgmt, LAN          
300    GUESTS    LAN, S-2(2.4G), S-2(5G)          
400    WiFi    Mgmt, LAN, S-1(2.4G), S-1(5G)          
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Port Name    Tag VID    Untag VID    PVID
Mgmt       1, 400      400
LAN       1, 300, 400      300
Primary(2.4G)            1
Primary(5G)            1
S-1(2.4G)       400      400
S-2(2.4G)       300      300
S-1(5G)       400      400
S-2(5G)       300      300
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Re: DAP-2690 VLAN and Multi-SSID
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2012, 07:43:23 AM »

I don't have any suggestions on this. I would contact your local DLink support office and ask about this. They will know.
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chechito

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Re: DAP-2690 VLAN and Multi-SSID
« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2013, 04:11:34 PM »

usually the vlans for client access only have the corresponding ssid as a untagged member and the lan port as a tagged member, all others not members.

Check de PVID setting correspondly

This setting has to be matching with vlan setting on port of switch on the AP is connected to.

In this manner you can have each ssid traffic isolated on especific vlan
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Re: DAP-2690 VLAN and Multi-SSID
« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2014, 02:48:21 AM »

You should leave Vlan 1 as untagged on the LAN...

Vlan 1 should be untagged for Management and LAN.

Then for vlan 300 you say LAN tagged and untagged Primary SSID

Then for Vlan 400 you say LAN tagged and S1 Untagged.

Hope this helps.

Shaun

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Re: DAP-2690 VLAN and Multi-SSID
« Reply #4 on: November 21, 2014, 07:49:57 AM »

Thanks for sharing the info. Considering the OP hasn't been on since he posted. LOL. Hope it helps with future users.

You should leave Vlan 1 as untagged on the LAN...

Vlan 1 should be untagged for Management and LAN.

Then for vlan 300 you say LAN tagged and untagged Primary SSID

Then for Vlan 400 you say LAN tagged and S1 Untagged.

Hope this helps.

Shaun
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