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Meraki Switch and AP Vlan Tagging

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Meraki Switch and AP Vlan Tagging

I have a Meraki AP with 3 SSID's with different Vlan (22 - 26 - 192)

 

How do i need to setup the Meraki Switch (MS225-48LP) Port.

 

Trunk / Access point (I assume Trunk) but then i do that I got no signal and AP will go down, any idea's how to setup the Switch port?

 

PS: Our CISCO ASA will provide the VLAN's and this is working!

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Kind of a big deal

Re: Meraki Switch and AP Vlan Tagging

You want to use a trunk port.

 

The access point (will by default) expect to be able to get to the Internet on the native vlan (usually vlan 1).  The SSIDs will be bridged though to the other VLANs (assuming you configured bridging for the SSID settings).

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Re: Meraki Switch and AP Vlan Tagging

You also need to make sure that the trunk port allows the Management VLAN as well as the SSID VLANs.

Robin St.Clair | Principal, Caithness Analytics | @uberseehandel
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Re: Meraki Switch and AP Vlan Tagging

i now have

 

Trunk port using native VLAN 1; allowed VLANs: 1,4,21-22,26,192

 

Access Point Lan Settings

IP X.X.4.X
Vlan 4

 

 

Kind of a big deal

Re: Meraki Switch and AP Vlan Tagging

And vlan4 can get out to the Internet ok?

 

Does the local status page of the AP report any issues, like DNS, default gateway, ARP, etc?