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More than 2 vlans created in Flex Profile

dawnccier
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Level 1

<Environment>

(1)Controller: Catalyst 9800

(2)Access Point: Catalyst 9115AX [Flex Mode]

(3)Desired Wireless User VLAN ID:

->VLAN10 for Employee

->VLAN20 for Guest

(4)WLAN profile

->Employee: Employee-WLAN

SSID: Employee-SSID

->Guest: Guest-WLAN

SSID: Guest-SSID

(5)Policy profile

->Employee: Employee-policy->Access Policies->VLAN/VLAN Group->VLAN001[vlan name not vlan id,not exist in WLC]

->Guest: Guest-policy->Access Policies->VLAN/VLAN Group->VLAN002[vlan name not vlan id,not exist in WLC]

(6)Policy Tag

Name: HQ-Policy-Tag

Mapping:

Employee-WLAN<—>Employee-policy

Guest-WLAN<—>Guest-policy

(7)Flex profile

Name: HQ-Flex

General->Native VLAN ID->1

VLAN->VLAN name->VLAN0010

VLAN->VLAN id->10

VLAN->VLAN name->VLAN0020

VLAN->VLAN id->20

 

 

Query:

How does AP distinguish which SSID mapping to which User VLAN when a wireless user connects Employee-SSID or Guest-SSID?

Vlan 10 and 20 have been configured only in one Flex profile and Controller, but there is no vlan information in the WLAN profile mapping to specified SSID.

 

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Arshad Safrulla
VIP Alumni
VIP Alumni

VLAN is mapped to the Policy profile. Then at the policy tag you map the SSID to policy profile which contains the VLAN ID for that. You need to configure the VLAN ID (not name) under the policy profile, if not it will not work.

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Arshad Safrulla
VIP Alumni
VIP Alumni

VLAN is mapped to the Policy profile. Then at the policy tag you map the SSID to policy profile which contains the VLAN ID for that. You need to configure the VLAN ID (not name) under the policy profile, if not it will not work.

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