2 SSID for 2 different VLAN using Trunk port on Dell Switch

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Hello everybody, 

I'm currently trying to install 2 different SSID for 2 different Vlan (10 and 20) on a Dell Switch Powerconnect 6248. 
(Here is a screenshot of my policy interface.) 
For the moment I can see the two SSID but I just have access to internet with EAGLE-VLAN20. 
When I'm connected to VLAN10, I can't ping anybody, and don't have internet.

Do you know, what can I do ...? 

Concerning my switch : 
I have allowed :  switchport trunk vlan 1, 10 , 20

Is there anything else I need to configure, to be able to use 2 different SSID for our 2 differents VLAN. 

Thank you in advance,


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do vlan probe from tools or  cli
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What ??
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In HiveManager, go to the "Tools" tab and select "VLAN Probe." The choose your device and the clans you wish to test. Additionally, I'm not familiar with Dell switches, but I would make sure the port is actually set for VLAN trunking, i.e. in some C!$co cli, there a is a command to set the port mode to trunk, then another to configure the trunking.    
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one other thing to check is if you are trunking, is that the upstream switches also support the vlans you are using.