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VLans on 1234P

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We have two VLans configured -- a staff(default) and guest(90).  We need both of them to connect to Unifi AP-Pro so need to have both VLans go the respective ports.  So I was trying to group the two together but is it possible to do so?  Thanks

Mike

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Re: VLans on 1234P

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The below commands would be entered in the Command Line from either a Telnet, SSH session or from a Console port connection.  I have used Adtran switches with UniFi AP's with no issue. 

You would first create the new VLAN:

configure terminal

vlan 90

name "GuestWiFi"

Then configure any port the AP is connected to as the following substitute the X for the switch port number, substitute your AP ID for Y. :

interface switch 0/X

description "UnifiAP_Y"

switchport mode trunk

switchport trunk allowed vlan 1,90

John Wable

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Re: VLans on 1234P

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The below commands would be entered in the Command Line from either a Telnet, SSH session or from a Console port connection.  I have used Adtran switches with UniFi AP's with no issue. 

You would first create the new VLAN:

configure terminal

vlan 90

name "GuestWiFi"

Then configure any port the AP is connected to as the following substitute the X for the switch port number, substitute your AP ID for Y. :

interface switch 0/X

description "UnifiAP_Y"

switchport mode trunk

switchport trunk allowed vlan 1,90

John Wable

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Re: VLans on 1234P

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Thank you!  Your answer came just in time to save my hair.

Mike