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Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

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Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

HI,

 

I cannot get IP Address when using the VLAN Tagging. But if I didn't use the VLAN tagging, it can do. 

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I set the VLAN Tagging on SSID with network 10.1.62.0/24.

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Anybody can help this? Thank you.

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

The definition of the "native vlan" is the vlan that is not tagged.  So if you tell thre switch not to tag it by making it the native vlan, you can't then ask the access point to tag it.  Both sides need to use the same config, either tagging or not tagging the vlan.

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

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Is it this configuration affects the problem that I have before? When I set the VLAN Tagging on SSID to VLAN 300, the client can connect to SSID. 

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

What are you trying to achieve?

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

@rbnielsen I want to the client can connect to the SSID with VLAN 100 with tagged VLAN.

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

How is the switch on which the AP is connected, configured? 

 

Since you are tagging packets with VLAN 100, you need to make sure that VLAN 100 is configured on the switches. 

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

The switch port should be configured as a trunk port, and you obviously need a DHCP server on VLAN100.

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

@PhilipDAth. Yes, of course, my switch port is configured trunk port. In this case, VLAN 100 is my native VLAN. So, can the client connect to the SSID with tagged VLAN 100? Although it can be done by configuring with untagged VLAN.

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID


@kusumanegarait wrote:

@PhilipDAth. Yes, of course, my switch port is configured trunk port. In this case, VLAN 100 is my native VLAN. So, can the client connect to the SSID with tagged VLAN 100? Although it can be done by configuring with untagged VLAN.


If VLAN 100 is native on the switchport (untagged), then remove the VLAN tag on the SSID page. 

 

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

If you are going to use a native VLAN of 100 then you need to configure the SSID to use bridging with no VLAN.

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

@PhilipDAth Okay, in practice I have been using it. I am only confused with native VLAN tag why cannot use it when using it in VLAN tag. Thank you for your response.

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

The definition of the "native vlan" is the vlan that is not tagged.  So if you tell thre switch not to tag it by making it the native vlan, you can't then ask the access point to tag it.  Both sides need to use the same config, either tagging or not tagging the vlan.

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Re: Cannot Get IP Address When Using VLAN Tagging on SSID

@PhilipDAth Thank you 

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