Creating separate VLANs for SSIDs

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I have my APs on VLAN 80 with their own SSID, and want to create an Internal SSID on VlAN81, as well as a Guest SSID on VLAN82. As longs as I keep the VLAN setting for the SSIDs to VLAN 1 the wifi networks will work, but DHCP is distributing IP addresses in the VLAN 80 scope. If I try to switch the VLAN option to another number I can no longer connect. My internal routing and DHCP configurations are correct. How can I get the individual SSIDs to function under their assigned VLANs?
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Rick

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Posted 3 years ago

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David Coleman, Official Rep

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Hello Rick:  

Please verify that your AP is plugged into an 802.1Q trunk port on your switch and that all the VLANs you mentioned are indeed tagged.  You can verify all available VLANs using the VLAN probe tool.  Please reference this blog for more information:


VLAN Probe Blog: http://bit.ly/1Eiv6od


Cheers,

David

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Thanks, David. The packets weren't being tagged and the issue is now resolved.