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Ruckus ZoneFlex 7363 Assign other two Ethernet port as a switch

rick_pan
New Contributor II
The Port3 connected to Router with DHCP. Wifi is working fine. How do I configure the other two Ethernet ports as a simple switch that can connect to the router on Port3?

I see Trunk Port, Access Port, or General port. just don't know which and the rest of the settings.
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thomas_fankhaus
Contributor II
Trunk Port should be fine.
Have you tried it allready?
Thomas

rick_pan
New Contributor II
Not sure about these settings:

Packet Forward: Isolated, Bridge to WAN, Local Subnet NAT and Route to WAN, or Bridge to L2TP Tunnel?
802.1x: Disabled
VLAN: UNTAG ID:1
Insert DHCP Option 82: Disabled

syamantakomer
Moderator
Moderator
Hi Rick,

By default APs ports works as passthrough ports.

One of the ports will connect to uplink switch/router and other ports you can be used as passthrough ports (just like a bridged switch port).

Please note that connecting multiple interface of the APs to same switch/router may cause loops so avoid that.

If you could share a simple topology which explains what you are trying to achieve will help here. 

Regards,
Syamantak Omer
Regards,
Syamantak Omer
Official Rep | Staff TSE | CWNA | CCNA | RASZA | RICXI

rick_pan
New Contributor II
Here is a simple topology image attached. Just want to know the correct settings to make the Port 1 and Port 2 act as a simple switch.Image_ images_messages_5f91c456135b77e247a30d9a_a28ac955693cd2a1109af43a27060284_RackMultipart2020051526852crjm-c5d5f084-a901-44d4-a822-cb885ec38b45-136135562.jpg1589577127Image_ images_messages_5f91c456135b77e247a30d9a_9ce951d9b04dcfe1ef1cffad3abc56e5_RackMultipart20200515402571e62-1c44b047-8bf6-4f9b-b5ee-a90253a41c29-1377395027.jpg1589577138
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