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Multiple SSID/VLANs using template

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Multiple SSID/VLANs using template

rufusion
The introduction to this section says,
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In this tutorial, I will show you how to configure a Cisco Aironet IOS-based access point to setup the following things:
? Multiple Wireless LANs
? One VLAN (Virtual LAN) per virtual Wireless LAN
? Secure internal Wireless LAN that ties in to RADIUS and Active Directory
? Guest Wireless LAN with Internet only access
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Which is pretty much exactly what I'd like to do. But the template given does not appear to allow for any more than one SSID, and does not have any VLAN/trunking commands in it that I can see. I also don't see any configuration for the Guest WLAN. Am I missing something? How do I use this template to configure a wireless router for multiple SSID/VLANs?
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    rufusion

    Sorry, was trying to post this connected to George Ou's "Ultimate Secure Wireless Guide", part 10.

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    anita_gujarathi

    I configured the multiple SSID on Cisco Aironet 1200 series Access Point but I can associate my wireless handset only with that SSID whos VLAN is selected as "Native VLAN" (as only one VLAN can be set as native VLAN at a time )
    Is I am missing anything more in my configuration?

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    anita_gujarathi

    Here I am trying to associate two wireless phones with Cisco AP. Each on different SSIDs ( ssid1 and ssid2 ) at the same time on the same Cisco AP but
    I can associate the phone only with "ssid1" whose corresponding VLAN is checked as "native VLAN" ( only one VLAN can be set as "native VLAN" at a time) .
    When tried with "ssid2" phone gives an error "No router found!". The reason behind this I think ist that VLAN corresponding to "ssid2" is not "native VLAN", because when I replac the native VLAN (which is VLAN corresponding to "ssid1") by VLAN corresponding to "ssid2" phone will associate with "ssid2", but at the same time other phone will not associate with "ssid1"

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    anita_gujarathi

    Here I am trying to associate two wireless phones with Cisco AP. Each on different SSIDs ( ssid1 and ssid2 ) at the same time on the same Cisco AP but
    I can associate the phone only with "ssid1" whose corresponding VLAN is checked as "native VLAN" ( only one VLAN can be set as "native VLAN" at a time) .
    When tried with "ssid2" phone gives an error "No router found!". The reason behind this I think ist that VLAN corresponding to "ssid2" is not "native VLAN", because when I replac the native VLAN (which is VLAN corresponding to "ssid1") by VLAN corresponding to "ssid2" phone will associate with "ssid2", but at the same time other phone will not associate with "ssid1"

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    rufusion

    Sorry, was trying to post this connected to George Ou's "Ultimate Secure Wireless Guide", part 10.

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    anita_gujarathi

    I configured the multiple SSID on Cisco Aironet 1200 series Access Point but I can associate my wireless handset only with that SSID whos VLAN is selected as "Native VLAN" (as only one VLAN can be set as native VLAN at a time )
    Is I am missing anything more in my configuration?

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    anita_gujarathi

    Here I am trying to associate two wireless phones with Cisco AP. Each on different SSIDs ( ssid1 and ssid2 ) at the same time on the same Cisco AP but
    I can associate the phone only with "ssid1" whose corresponding VLAN is checked as "native VLAN" ( only one VLAN can be set as "native VLAN" at a time) .
    When tried with "ssid2" phone gives an error "No router found!". The reason behind this I think ist that VLAN corresponding to "ssid2" is not "native VLAN", because when I replac the native VLAN (which is VLAN corresponding to "ssid1") by VLAN corresponding to "ssid2" phone will associate with "ssid2", but at the same time other phone will not associate with "ssid1"

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    anita_gujarathi

    Here I am trying to associate two wireless phones with Cisco AP. Each on different SSIDs ( ssid1 and ssid2 ) at the same time on the same Cisco AP but
    I can associate the phone only with "ssid1" whose corresponding VLAN is checked as "native VLAN" ( only one VLAN can be set as "native VLAN" at a time) .
    When tried with "ssid2" phone gives an error "No router found!". The reason behind this I think ist that VLAN corresponding to "ssid2" is not "native VLAN", because when I replac the native VLAN (which is VLAN corresponding to "ssid1") by VLAN corresponding to "ssid2" phone will associate with "ssid2", but at the same time other phone will not associate with "ssid1"