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Feb 26, 2013

I have a WAP321 I am trying to set up.  It's connected to gi1/23 and the switch system mode is set to router.  The rest of the network works just fine.I have an SG500-28p and the port. [code] On the WAP321 wizard, configured IP address on my management vlan and also configured the default SSID on that vlan.  That works. (I plan to remove that one) Then I add the two SSIDs for vlan 20 and 22 (private and public access)  and I can't associate to either of the two additional SSIDs. I haven't configured any other settings beyond the wizard and adding the other two SSIDs.  I do want cisco mobile ios (jabber) to work on the private network and also do have a couple spa525g2s that need to connect wireless.

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2924XL     12.0 5 WC8
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