I picked up a couple of the new Linksys Business APs that allow VLAN Tagging and I am having fits getting the VLANS on the switch configured properly to get these APs to work. There are currently 3 VLANS on the switch:
1: Management, ports 1-28, port 1 goes to SonicWall
2: Guest, ports 29-34, port 29 goes to SonicWall
3: Printers, ports 35-44, port 35 goes to SonicWall
Each port on the SonicWall is a different network and does the rules between networks. It is also the DHCP for each network. So... what I was trying to do was put these APs on the Guest network and if I were to tag a specific SSID with VLAN 3 it would give the clients on that SSID access to printers.
So what D-Link told me to do was to tag port 35 and share it with the Guest VLAN. So when a client on that specific SSID (tagged with VLAN 3) came in to VLAN 2 it would immediately pass the packet to VLAN 3 and in turn give it access to printers.
When I did that the management VLAN could no longer avvess printer. What a mess. It seemed so simple. Any ideas on what I am missing?