Enable VLAN or Virtual Local Area Network forwarding through a Cisco Aironet 1300 by connecting to the Aironet Web administration interface. The Cisco Aironet 1300 can bridge network segments and forward VLANs between network segments once the Aironet native VLAN matches that of the switch connected to the Aironet. Configure the Cisco Aironet Native VLAN and VLANs you want to forward using a Web browser.
What You'll Need
What You'll Need
Cisco Aironet 1300 configured as a bridge
Cisco Aironet 1300 IP address
Administrator username and password
IDs of VLANs
Native VLAN ID of connected switch
How to Route Multiple VLANS through a CiscoAironet 1300
1. Launch a Web browser, type the Cisco Aironet 1300 IP address into the browser address bar and press “Enter.”
2. Type the Cisco Aironet administrator username and password when prompted and press “Enter.”
3. Click “Services,” “VLAN,” then “New” in the “Current VLAN List” box.
4. Type the Native VLAN ID of the switch connected to the Cisco Aironet 1300 into the “VLAN ID” box. Click to select the “Native VLAN” check box and click “Apply.”
5. Click “New” in the “Current VLAN List” box. Type the ID of a VLAN you want to route through the Cisco Aironet 1300 into the “VLAN ID” box and click “Apply.” Repeat this step for each VLAN you want to route through the Cisco Aironet 1300.
6. Click “Security” in the left pane, then “SSID Manager.” Click “New” in the “Current SSID List” box.
7. Type the SSID or Service Set Identifier for the Cisco Aironet 1300 into the “SSID” box. Click the “VLAN” box, then the Native VLAN number configured earlier. Click the “Apply” button.
8. Click the “Set Infrastructure SSID” drop-down box in the “Global Radio0-802.11G SSID Properties” section. Click the SSID assigned in the previous step and click “Apply.”
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