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External AP - Multiple SSID not mapping to VLANs

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by sparkynerd, Dec 27, 2013.

  1. sparkynerd

    sparkynerd Reformed Router Member

    I realize this has been asked before, and I have followed the tutorials online with no success. I am running Tomato Shibby, with internal wireless disabled on my router. I have an Engenius EAP600N access point with (3) SSIDs, which are mapped to 3 VLAN IDs. My router is setup as follows:

    VLAN 2 - br0 - - Intranet
    VLAN3 - br1 - - Internet
    VLAN10 - br2 - - Guest Wireless

    Engenius AP plugged into port 1 or 2
    Port 1 is not tagged and is assigned to VLAN3
    Port 2 is tagged on VLANs 2,3, & 10

    VLANs and everything works great... IPs are assigned to wired devices as expected. Wireless AP works on port 1 and devices pull a 192.168.5.x address, but when the AP is on port 2 devices don't pull an IP.

    My goal is to have wireless client IP addresses assigned based on the SSID that a device connects to... ie: SSID1 =
    SSID3 =

    I tried tagging port 2 (the AP port) on VLANs 2 and 3, but I don't get an IP address from DHCP. I am fairly certain it is the VLAN setup for the AP port that is the problem. How do I set this up?
  2. WilsonL

    WilsonL Network Newbie Member

    I'd like to second this issue as a solution to this may help me too.

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