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How do I configure VLANs on my access point?

Step 1: Log in to your access point - How do I log in to my access point?


Step 2: Click Advanced Settings > VLAN from the menu on the left side.


Step 3: Select Enable under VLAN Status and then click the Save Button.


Step 4: Click the Trash Can Icon next to the default VLAN to delete the default VLAN.



Step 5: Now we are going to add our VLANs to this AP. We will begin with a default VLAN and then add one or more additional VLANs.


Step 6: Choose the Add/Edit VLAN tab and click the Save Button when you are finished adding a VLAN.


For our default VLAN we are going to use the below parameters:

  • Name: 1
  • VID: 1
  • Mgmt: Untag
  • LAN: Untag
  • Primary: Untag
  • S-1: Not Member
  • S-2: Not Member
  • S-3: Not Member
  • S-4: Not Member
  • S-5: Not Member
  • S-6: Not Member
  • S-7: Not Member
  • W-1: Untag
  • W-2: Untag
  • W-3: Untag
  • W-4: Untag
  • W-5: Untag
  • W-6: Untag
  • W-7: Untag
  • W-8: Untag


Step 7: For our additional VLANs, which we are going to add in just the same way as out default VLAN, we are going to use the following template:


  • Name: Use the values 1001-1007 as you progressively create your VLAN(s)
  • VID: Use the values 1001-1007 as you progressively create your VLAN(s)
  • Mgmt: Not Member
  • LAN: tag
  • Primary: Not Member
  • S-1 - S-7: Not Member for all but the one that matches the VID minus 1000 (i.e. S-1 for VID 1001 S-7 for VID 1007) which will be untagged.
  • W-1: Tag
  • W-2: Tag
  • W-3: Tag
  • W-4: Tag
  • W-5: Tag
  • W-6: Tag
  • W-7: Tag
  • W-8: Tag



Step 8: Select the PVID Settings tab and ensure that PVID Auto Assign Status is Enabled and then click the Save buttons.



Step 9: Click the Configuration button at the top and then Save and Activate.