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VLAN tagging on WAN

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VLAN tagging on WAN

I want my untagged default production VLAN and a Tagged VLAN 99 to be transmitted over my MR66's. I turned on the Tagging and it knocked my untagged VLAN out.

 

How can I make them co-exist?

 

Mike

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Re: VLAN tagging on WAN

you can use 2 different ssids?

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Re: VLAN tagging on WAN

Yes, that it what I plan on doing.

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But the SSID's will be on OTHER APs not the Meraki.

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yes that is where you add the vlan tag.  and the other ssid "dont use vlan tag"

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Right, but on the Meraki, I went to add the Tagged VLAN and it knocked the Untagged one out. How can I add the tagged leaving the other one alone? I looked around in the interface...didn't see an option. On switches you can have both Untagged and Tagged VLAN's on the same port.

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so you have 1 ssid untagged. 

when you add a second ssid and set that with a vlan tag.

 

the ssid1 also is not untagged anymore?

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Yes. One tagged, one not. Both VLAN's going to a Cisco WAP371 that separate them into two SSIDs. One tagged one not.

 

I just need to broadcast them thru the Meraki's.

 

(The untagged is simply the default VLAN. I added the Tagged one to send that traffic to a guest network/ISP.)

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Re: VLAN tagging on WAN

Are you using the MR66's as a bridge pair? If so, they only support one VLAN I do believe,  please see below

 

https://documentation.meraki.com/MR/Deployment_Guides/Mesh_Deployment_Guide_(CVD)#Typical_Deployment...

 

Look at ethernet bridging section

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Re: VLAN tagging on WAN

Switchport set as access instead of trunk??

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