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    Netgear WG102 801.q

    I have been trying to get 801.q VLANs working on my WG102. I have a HP Procurve 1800-8G managed switch with 801.q turned on and ports 1-7 set to VLAN 1, and ports 7-8 on VLAN 2 (they are configured so that only traffic for those vlans is sent to those ports, except for port 7 where both are tagged). I am plugged into Port 1, and my WG102 into Port 7. As soon as I switch 801.q support on (and the management VLAN is set to Vlan 1) and reboot it the access point completely disappears from the network and has to be reset. Any ideas?

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