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Configuration of VLAN between a funkwerk switch S1224p and funkwerk W2002 with FCI
This FAQ describes how to configure a tag-based (802.1Q) VLAN between a funkwerk S1224p and a funkwerk W2002 over the graphic user interface FCI (Funkwerk Configuration Interface).


Preliminary Note:
- Software Release on the Access Point has to be 7.5.1 Patch 5 or higher
- Software Release on the Switch is 1.03
- Please use Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or higher to configure the devices
- The Access Point W2002 will be powered by PoE (Power over Ethernet) from the switch
- Trunklink between Port 8 on the S1224 and en1-0 on the W2002

1. funkwerk Access Point W2002 configuration
Start your Browser and log in the Access Point.
Select the menu Wireless LAN -> WLAN 1.
Configure the Wireless Settings:
- Operation Mode: Access Point
- Operation Band: 2.4 GHz In/Outdoor
- Channel: 1

Afterwards press OK.

Now select Virtual Service Sets in order to configure the Service Set Parameters.
Configure following:
- Network Name (SSID): VLAN2
- Security Mode: WPA-PSK
- Preshared Key:

Please configure the next Network Name (SSID), VLAN1 and VLAN3 in the same way.

To create the VLANs on the Access Point select menu LAN -> VLAN

We want to manage the Access Point via VLAN ID 1, which is standard for Management. The Management VLAN will be renamed in VLAN 1.
Configure VLAN:
- VLAN Identifier
- VLAN Name
- VLAN Members (this means the interfaces)

You have to configure the VLAN1 to VLAN3 as following:
- VLAN1 with Identifier 1 -> en1-0 tagged, vss1-0 untagged
- VLAN2 with Identifier 2 -> en1-0 tagged, vss1-1 untagged
- VLAN3 with Identifier 3 -> en1-0 tagged, vss1-2 untagged

Usually the WLAN data packets will be transfered untagged.

Under menu LAN -> VLAN -> Port Configuration the respective PVID (Port VLAN ID) will assign to the interfaces. This ensures that over WLAN arriving data packets will be forwarded into the adequate LAN.
- Interfaces en1-0 and vss1-0 get PVID 1 (VLAN 1)
- Interface vss1-1 get PVID 2 (VLAN 2)
- Interface vss1-2 get PVID 3 (VLAN 3)

Under menu LAN -> VLANs remove the interfaces vss1-1 and vss1-2 from VLAN1.

To activate finally the VLAN on the Acess Point go to the menu LAN -> VLAN -> Administration.

2. funkwerk switch S1224p configuration
Start your Browser and log in the switch.
Select the menu Protocol -> VLAN Configuration.

Please select 802.1Q at the VLAN Operation Mode. After a few seconds click on the button Configuration to call up the VLAN configuration interface.

A Default VLAN it exisists in which all Ports are member.
We will use this Default VLAN as VLAN1. Over all 3 VLANs are required. You have to configure Group Name (vlan1, vlan2, vlan3) and VLAN ID (1, 2, 3).
The Access Point is in our example attached on switch port 8.
- For VLAN 1 select with Add Port 1 and Port 8
- For VLAN 2 select with Add Port 2 and Port 8
- For VLAN 3 select with Add Port 3 and Port 8

The procedure as example for vlan2.

After this press on button Next.

On following window configure only Port 8 to tag and confirmed with Apply.
The same procedure carry out with vlan2 and vlan3.

Under menu VLAN Configuration -> Port VLAN ID the following parameters have to be configured:
- For Port 1 the PVID 1
- For Port 2 the PVID 2
- For Port 3 the PVID 3

With this setting will be ensured, that arriving untagged data packets on the Port 1 to 3 will be forwarded into the adequate VLAN.
On Port 8 the data packets have to be provided with a VLAN-tag to distinguish the VLANs.

Successful ping from IP (VLAN 1) to (VLAN 1)
Both IPs are in VLAN 1. All other IPs are from not reachable.


Pinging for with 32 bytes of data::

Reply from Bytes=32 Zeit<1ms TTL=30
Reply from Bytes=32 Zeit<1ms TTL=30
Reply from Bytes=32 Zeit<1ms TTL=30
Reply from Bytes=32 Zeit<1ms TTL=30

Ping statistics for
    Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% Verlust),
Approximate rounde trip times in milli-seconds:
    Minimum = 0ms, Maximum = 0ms, Average = 0ms

Unsuccessful ping from to (VLAN 1 to VLAN 2)


Pinging for with 32 bytes of data:

Request timed out.
Request timed out.
Request timed out.
Request timed out.

Ping statistics for
    Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 0, Lost = 4 (100% Verlust),


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