For AP Ethernet ports you wish to allow connect wired client devices you need to configure the port as Access with the VLAN you expect to have the client connected to on your network.
The AP will tag all traffic inbound on this wired port and the traffic will be bridged out the AP tagged as configured. The port the AP is connected through must be trunking (accept tagged traffic) for the specific VLAN.
You need to first create an Ethernet Port profile, under Services and Profiles, Tunnels & Ports, Ethernet Ports. These are created per Zone
Note- if you leave VLAN1 this will put the traffic into the native/untagged VLAN on the AP WAN Ethernet port.
You then assign the profile to the Model Specific options for the AP Zone you are using:
If you use the same VLAN's assigned to WLAN/SSID's and they work then the wired client traffic should also be tagged with the same VLAN's and get IP's.
If you are using a Ruckus Virtual Data Plane and tunneling traffic to a central point, then the egress port of the data plane must be connected to a Trunk port that accepts the tags configured for the WLAN/SSID and/or the Ethernet ports.
Please check the following Knowledge Base articles on out support site that may be helpful:
How to configure AP Ethernet port settings
Enabled ports can be used as Trunk port, Access port, or General port. This article provides definitions and application details.
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