07-06-2022 05:23 AM
I'm managing 9 vlans environment. each vlan represents wLan and all works like a charm.
only issue is when i'm trying to access IT wLan on a management vLan (management vLan lists all network appliances e.i. AP’s, Firewall, switches Etc), i cant get a DHCP lease. and i know why. its because i gave the master AP an IP address (on the management segment vLan) on the default unleashed vLan.
on all switches i could change management vLan and on unleashed i cant find how to change the management vLan.
when i'm trying to change the management vLan i get a message i cant change the IP address for its the same subnet as defined on the master’s IP add.
07-06-2022 05:29 AM
You don’t need to set the VLAN on the AP - just set the native VLAN for the trunk on the switch end to the management VLAN.
07-06-2022 06:28 AM
this is how i did it for all the AP’s (not just the master).
07-06-2022 06:57 AM
Untagged on the management vLan and Tagged on all other vLans
07-06-2022 08:54 AM
Ok, then I’m not quite sure what you’re asking to do. Sounds like it’s not the VLAN you’re trying to change but an IP?