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Dlink DWL-2100AP VLAN tagging not working

Posted on 2009-03-30
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I have an Dlink wireless accesspoint DWL-2100AP.
I want to use it with two SSIDs in two VLANs.

I have enabled "multiple SSDI" and "enable VLAN state" and configured one with VLAN1 and another with VLAN 4.
It is connected to a trunk port in a cisco switch.

Problem is that is just doesn't seem to work. Seems like the accesspoint doesnt tag the traffic. I can connect to the "SSID itself".

Anyone who has sucessfully configured this?
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by:Johnjces
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How is your Cisco switch configured for these VLANs? Tagged or Untagged there? And from there what other VLANs will make use of these VLANs?

Generally VLAN 1 is your default VLAN, at least on most switches. You could probably just do it with VLAN 5 omitting VLAN 1.

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by:Nikolaj73
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the port to LAN is this:
interface FastEthernet0/1
 switchport access vlan 4
 spanning-tree portfast

the trunk port to access point is this:
interface FastEthernet0/2
 switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
 switchport trunk allowed vlan 4
 spanning-tree portfast

My plan was to get this simple setup working, and after that setup 3 VLANs on accesspoint+switch to separate two guest SSIDs from my LAN.
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It actually did work with a switch.
My problem was with a Cisco ASA frewall. The trunk port didn't accept untagged VLAN1, before upgraded to ASA8.0(4)
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