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dofarrell
Beginner

Need consistant management vlan across mesh

Attached is "Figure 1" which depics a worst case but working multi-vlan configuration which includes the use of the "native vlan" 240 at each point.

This works with version 7.035.3 and older covering the last 3 years of use. Here we turn on "VLAN Transparency" under the Controller>Mesh> tab with Ethernet Bridging normal at both ends.

This DOES NOT work with versions 7.2 and up. Apparently, we cannot trunk the native vlan 240 past the 1st Mesh Access Point (MAP). We need to maintain a consistant native vlan to manage all network equipment. See anything or can you offer any help?

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Amjad Abdullah
Engager

So, you use indoor APs in bridge mode (indoor mesh). right?

If VLAN transparency is enabled you'll not be able to use tagging. So, does that mean you need only to enable the native vlan (no other tagged vlans?) across the mesh APs?

If VLAN transparent is enabled you can not use tagged VLANs on a mesh trunk. Strange if it was working with you this way.

Please go to the wireless -> All APs -> AP name -> mesh tab.

What is the configuration of "Ethernet bridging"? Enabled or disabled?

If enabled, from the listed wired interfaces on same page click on interface name and let us know what is the configuration of tha tinterface (normal, access or trunk).

Regards,

Amjad

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Found out Cisco "Broke" the mesh. Fix did not come until 7.6.

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