WLAN A and VLAN 1 on EAP-A / WLAN B and VLAN 2 on EAP-B

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WLAN A and VLAN 1 on EAP-A / WLAN B and VLAN 2 on EAP-B
WLAN A and VLAN 1 on EAP-A / WLAN B and VLAN 2 on EAP-B
2022-12-13 04:50:26 - last edited 2023-06-20 10:27:43
Model: EAP620 HD  
Hardware Version: V3
Firmware Version: 1.0.3

I have

 

Router: ER605

Switch: S2428P

APs: EAP620 x 2

Controller: OC200

 

All are managed by OC200.

 

How do I setup WLAN A on VLAN 1 on only EAP-A and WLAN B on VLAN 2 on only EAP-B?

 

I have a managed switch. I know it has something to do with Port Profile, LAN, WLAN.

 

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Re:WLAN A and VLAN 1 on EAP-A / WLAN B and VLAN 2 on EAP-B-Solution
2022-12-14 04:31:42 - last edited 2023-06-20 10:27:43

  @YuukiA 

Refer to the guide but a little difference:

How to configure Multi-Networks & Multi-SSIDs on Omada SDN Controller

You will need to create WLAN group first, and put the two EAP into their own WLAN group;

Then config the switch downlink port(to the EAP) profile to the correct one.


 

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Re:WLAN A and VLAN 1 on EAP-A / WLAN B and VLAN 2 on EAP-B-Solution
2022-12-14 04:31:42 - last edited 2023-06-20 10:27:43

  @YuukiA 

Refer to the guide but a little difference:

How to configure Multi-Networks & Multi-SSIDs on Omada SDN Controller

You will need to create WLAN group first, and put the two EAP into their own WLAN group;

Then config the switch downlink port(to the EAP) profile to the correct one.


 

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