2 SSID : SSID-1 & SSID-2 each on VLAN (SSID-1 -> VLAN-3, SSID-2 -> VLAN-5)
The tests :
Tests with 2 x SSID in WPA2 / PSK+AES (preliminary tests) :
Connection to each SSID OK.
DHCP set @IP to the Mac OS X in the correct VLAN (SSID-1 -> @IP/VLAN-3, SSID-2 -> @IP/VLAN-5) : OK.
Surf to Internet : OK -> (DNS : OK).
Tests with RADIUS (WPA2 entreprise) :
Add 2 users in the menu “users”, each user allocated to one VLAN (user-1 -> VLAN-3, user-2 -> VLAN-5).
Install the user’s certificates in the computer : OK. Connection EAP-TLS to the respective SSID in WPA2 entreprise (user-1 -> VLAN-3, user-2 -> VLAN-5) : OK. Crossed connexion to the 2 SSID (user-1 -> VLAN-5, user-2 -> VLAN-3) 👿 : OK !!! The right behaviour is to abort the connexion or route the Mac OS X to the right VLAN ?!
It’s a mistake for me ? 😯
Has anybody tested the WNAP-210 in dynamic VLAN assignment ?
Anybody can confirm me the compliance (of the WNAP-210) with RFC 2868 / Updates RFC 2865 ?
Is there another AP WiFi (b.e.: WAP4410 Cisco) work correct with Zeroshell ?
Thanks for your nice assistance and excuse me for my frightening English 😳
I have exactly the same problem as you (vlan and … english language).
I’m using the same configuration as you (2 SSID with different vlan), a linksys AP with dd-wrt and cisco switch (both supporting 802.q).
The result of my tests is the same. All is working (dhcp per vlan, …) exept that with the 2 vlan i ‘m able to connect with a user configured only for one vlan (Radius vlan parameters on the user manager).