Dakaro, If you have your AP set to DHCP on VLAN209 then your switch port will be set to (Trunk allowed VLANs all) or (Trunk allowed VLANs 208/209/211). The Native VLAN can be left on VLAN1. If the AP is using VLAN1 in the IP settings the switchport will be set to Trunked allowed VLAN 208/211 with the Native VLAN being 209. As long as your AP is online and checked into the dashboard guests using Meraki NAT DHCP will then have internet access. The other two VLANs will push their traffic across the trunk back to the gateway device.
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