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    Sorry chaps I've been out all day and missed this thread, sounds like you have got it sussed though.
    Untagged on the vlan that the controller lives on tagged on any other that you want to deliver over wifi.
    Thats generally the rule.

    BTW, how is everybody finding it? One of my schools has decided to dump the Extricom system after having 20 teachers logged into Sims on a single point at the same time... first time they have ever been able to do this never with the Extricom.

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    Thanks guys, The problem was the uplinks, If i put the AP on the same switch as the router then all is well. Now just to figure out why all the uplinks are tagged when they seemingly shouldn't be!!.

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    All uplinks between switches need to be tagged with all vlans that need to be seen across campus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShorehamGeek View Post
    OK - Switches first.
    Switch that AP is plugged into you would have 2 VLANs configured.
    ID1 - Default - all ports untagged
    ID2 - Wireless - tagged on the port that the AP is plugged into and any port that is connected to the switch connected to the wireless default gateway.

    If there is another switch between the switch above, and the default gateway, that needs to have both VLANs setup, with the same ID numbers as the switch above, and the port that connects to the switch above needs to be tagged on VLAN ID 2.

    On your unifi controller, the default SSID does not have a tick in the VLAN box, but the other SSID must have a tick in the VLAN box and the ID number of the VLAN you're routing it over (which would have to be "2" in the example above).
    How would you configure a Cisco Switch for this? What would the port settings be?

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    Do you have an example of a cisco config for the vlan setup? Ideally I would want 2 SSID's. mywif and mywifi-guest. I want mywifi on "corportate vlan" and mywifi-guest on a guest vlan that only has access to the internet and no other resources.

    Anythoughts on where the managment server should be configured in? I'm assuming the corportate vlan and to add to the mix the people on the mywifi will use Radius authentication. Thanks

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