I am migrating a 5508 with Flex connect AP's at multiple sites to c9800cl. Many AP's are connected to non-trunk ports with 'switchport access vlan X' and in the WLC those AP's/Flex groups have 'vlan support' unchecked, with no native vlan or vlan/mappings' set at all. Basically all traffic ends up using the access port VLAN X at each site.
It seems I must enter values in the Policy/Flex profiles and haven't found a way to just uncheck 'vlan support'. What is the easiest way to do this on the c9800?
Policy Profile - VLAN = ? (do I have to set to VLAN X?)
Flex Profile - Native VLAN ID = ? (do I also have to set to VLAN X)
Flex Profile - VLAN tab = (do I need to create VLAN X?)
Policy Profile - VLAN-NAME --> just a parameter, no relation to vlans on the c9800 (see Flex Profile below). Could be "Policy1sFlexVlan"
Flex Profile - Native VLAN ID = x --> it can be the same than on the switch, but since it is untagged, choose whatever you like
Flex Profile - Mapping from VLAN-Name (from Policy Profile i.e. "Policy1sFlexVlan") to VLAN-ID x (when identical to native vlan id, packets will be untagged. Again - no need to match the switch access vlan id (but better for troubleshooting)
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