The setup I inherited has ~20 different networks (different subnets) to represent each of our 20 physically separate sites. Then there's also one "Org Wireless" network where all the MR access points are added to, and the "Org Wireless" network is bound to a template. I assume this allows us to simply add new MR APs to our Org Wireless network, and the AP will inherit all the default settings as set by the template. This mostly works for us, however we run into an issue with MR30H APs because we need several different profiles (port configurations). For example, sometimes we need Port 1 to be on VLAN 1 and Ports 2-4 to be on VLAN 2. Whereas other situations call for all 4 Ports to be on VLAN 1. The problem is that MR30H APs added to our Org Wireless network (that is bound to a template) seem to only be able to utilize a single profile - the default. The workaround for this is that we started to add these MR30H APs to our site-specific networks (instead of the Org Wireless network). But when we do it this way, we have to "recreate" our main SSID (we only use a single SSID across all of our networks/sites) for each network with MR30H APs. Is this the recommended way to configure our networks/APs? We have around 20 MR30H APs total and 70 MR32/36. Also would our current setup cause issues where the Org Wireless network thinks that the same SSID being broadcast by an MR30H is a rogue SSID? For example, is Network A has an MR30H AP and an MR32, the MR30H would be part of Network A while the MR32 would be part of Network Org Wireless.
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