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wlan interface—Configure virtual access points (VAPs) for SSIDs in a WLAN (on vEdge cellular wireless routers only).

On a vEdge100wm router, you can configure up to four service set identifiers (SSIDs) on the WLAN radio. Each SSID is referred to by a virtual access point (VAP) interface. To a client, each VAP interface appears as a different access point (AP) with its own SSID.

To reduce RF congestion, it is recommended that you do not configure more than two VAP interfaces on the router.

vManage Feature Template

For vEdge cellular wireless routers only:

Configuration ► Templates ► WiFi SSID

Command Hierarchy

wlan radio-band
  interface vapnumber
    data-security security
    description text
    max-clients number
    mgmt-security security
    radius-servers tag
    [no] shutdown
    ssid ssid
    wpa-personal-key password

Options

Disable or Enable the VAP Interface
[no] shutdown
Disable or enable the VAP interface.
VAP Interface
vapnumber
VAP instance.
Range: 0 through 3
VAP Interface Description
description text
Text description of the VAP interface. The text can be from 4 through 64 characters long.

Example

Configure four VAP interfaces, for four SSIDs:

vEdge# show running-config wlan
wlan 5GHz
 channel 36
 interface vap0
  ssid     tb31_pm6_5ghz_vap0
  no shutdown
 !
 interface vap1
  ssid           tb31_pm6_5ghz_vap1
  data-security  wpa/wpa2-enterprise
  radius-servers tag1
  no shutdown
 !
 interface vap2
  ssid             tb31_pm6_5ghz_vap2
  data-security    wpa/wpa2-personal
  mgmt-security    optional
  wpa-personal-key $4$BES+IEZB2vcQpeEoSR4ia9JqgDsPNoHukAb8fvxAg5I=
  no shutdown
 !
 interface vap3
  ssid           tb31_pm6_5ghz_vap3
  data-security  wpa2-enterprise
  mgmt-security  optional
  radius-servers tag1
  no shutdown
 !
!

Release Information

Command introduced in Viptela Software Release 16.3.​

Additional Information

See the Configuring IEEE 802.1x and IEEE 802.11i Authentication and Configuring WLAN Interfaces articles for your software release.

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