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Posted on 2014-10-06
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Hello, everyone..
can someone please confirm that I have this correct.
Please see attached.

I have 3 vlans. Vlan1 (defualt), vlan2 (companywifi), vlan3(guestwifi).
My uplink port is 24.
my access point is plugged into port 6.
Does the setup in the attached look correct?
I'm using HP switches.

Thank you.
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If you do not use the default then it looks right.
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by:MrMay
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I'm sorry Wilder, I"m not sure what you mean by "if you don't use the default then it looks right". Please explain.
I'm fairly new to vlans so I'm just trying to understand and confirm my configs.
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I mean if you do not use the vlan1(default) then its working in vlan even the default you have to set on the ports. You can think that vlan is a kind of acl so you have to tell every port which vlan is allowed. if you want to use the vlan1 then you have to add as well to 24,6,1
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by:MrMay
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my main network is routed through vlan1.
Sorry, I should clarify this a bit more.
So vlan1 is my default current network - servers, workstations, printers, etc.
vlan2 i want for my officewifi, and vlan3 i want for questwifi.

So, does this mean that my current setup is not correct? in what way do i need to adjust it?
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Its easy just add the vlans on these ports where you want to use them. the default is not defaulted on every port so add it to these ports where you want to use
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