How exactly is this done? Are the APs added to different AP groups. What mode does the AP need to be in what about the switchport config where the AP is plugged into? I was under the impression an AP was either flexconnect and traffic switched locally or local mode and traffic switched centrally.
On the advanced tab of the WLAN you can enable that SSID for FC Local Switching. The AP then needs to be in Flexconnect mode. You then go to the FC tab of the AP and define the local VLANs for the locally switched WLANs. There will be 2 lists of SSIDs, locally switched and centrally switched. Obviously you don't define VLANs for the centrally switched WLANs.
Whatever you define on the AP will overwrite the interface on the WLC.
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