I'm in the process of modifying our network, and I noticed that I'm getting this in the event log. I know vlan: 3 is for VLAN 3, which is correct, but what does vap: 0 mean? Apparently, it's for wireless, but I have a MX68, and it doesn't have WiFi. Just wondering what this means, and how can I fix it?
"vap: 0, vlan: 3"
I think I know the answer. Right now, we have everything on VLAN 1 on our Cisco router. But, I have a Meraki test network in my office which is using VLANs (2,3, and 4), so I guess my laptop is connecting to our existing WiFi network, which is on VLAN 1, and the Meraki is confused because on the Meraki, there's no VLAN 1?
Am I right?
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vap: 0, vlan: 4, ip: 172.16.129.3 « hide
This is for VLAN 4, but same type of message, vap: 0