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Author Topic: DES-1228P & DWL-3200 VLAN problems  (Read 5563 times)


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DES-1228P & DWL-3200 VLAN problems
« on: October 09, 2009, 08:57:04 AM »

First let me list my VLAN configuration:

VID   VLAN Name   Untagged VLAN Ports   Tagged VLAN Ports
1   Church                  1-19, 25-28                          20-23
2   Guest                          24                          20-23
3   Shared                       20-23   

Switch Firmware: 1.31.01
DWL-3200 Firmware: 2.50

I have 4 DWL-3200's on VLAN 3 with Multiple SSID's. The Primary SSID has WPA Auto Enterprise set with TKIP and using a RADIUS server configured for VLAN 1. The second SSID is an open system with VLAN 2. The problem is that when I put a DWL-3200 on the Shared VLAN, the second SSID routes properly, but I cannot access the primary SSID network. When I plug it into a port on the Church VLAN, it sees the RADIUS server fine, but the second SSID does not route properly. Any help would be appreciated.
« Last Edit: October 09, 2009, 09:01:04 AM by mohec1941 »


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Re: DES-1228P & DWL-3200 VLAN problems
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2009, 11:15:47 AM »

The right way of doing this would be to remove the "Shared" VLAN,  The AP should be on a port that is untagged on your management VLAN (the Church VLAN) and is tagged on the guest VLAN.

Set up MSSID and VLANs on the DWL-3200AP to make the church SSID your primary and add an additional for guests on the appropriate VLAN tag.  Remember it is the VID (number from 2-4096) not the name that identified your VLANs between devices.
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