This is covered in Part 2 of the "Create WLANs" thing in the WiSE course, where it explains all of the settings behind creating/editing WLANs.
If I recall correctly, it's directly below the Multicast Filter settings.
The "ACCESS VLAN" is where you put in the VLAD ID. It's probably not the best name for the element, but that is where you put it.
Another way to do it, is to add the VLAN ID to a WLAN group setting (which override WLAN settings).
All of the hargable from WiSE:
- A VLAN tag enables separation of WLAN traffic into statically or dynamically assigned VLANs.
- Data received from client will be tagged with VLAD ID and forwarded to the upstream Ethernet switch port if destination is on the wired network.
- Ethernet switch ports for the ZD and each managed AP must have 802.1Q tagging enabled and belong to VLANs matching the VLAN IDs associated with each WLAN.
- By default, all wireless APs that ZD is managing, are segmented into a single VLAN (VLAN ID 1).
- Valid VLAN IDs are between 2 and 4094
- VLANs can be overwritten by a dynamic VLAN assignment or WLAN group VLAN override setting.
Dynamic VLAN (sub-option for ACCESS VLAN)
- Provides improved security and network control by enabling automatic and flexable segmentation of clients based on RADIUS server's policies.
- Provides seamless integreation with Network Access Control (NAC) for client remediation
- Recudes amount of 802.11 frames (i.e. beacons), for beter RF efficiency
- Up to 32 dynamic VLANs per WLAN.
Aaaaaaaand then the training thing went off line.