I have the native VLAN on my trunk links set to VLAN 10 which is my management VLAN that spans the entire network. We have one WLC and Access Points connected on a trunk link set to native VLAN20 which is the wireless VLAN. I was wondering if I should have all network devices on the same Native VLAN to avoid any mismatch issues for cisco and other protocols that run untagged over the network?
We have a lot of Apple and L2 devices on the network that would like to utilize protocols wired or wireless. I have configured mDNS on the WLC but still having issues with basic print jobs. I was planning on moving the WLC to the VLAN10 but I have read articles that recommend different ways of deploying the controller.
VLAN 10 - Management VLAN 20 - Wireless VLAN 60 - Hosts Router (10.0.1.2) - access port, VLAN 10 c3750 (10.0.1.1) - you name it we probably got it plugged in wlc (10.0.2.3) - trunk port, native VLAN 20 ==3 switches on trunk links running back to 10.0.1.1 == c3750(10.0.1.3) - trunk port, native VLAN 10 c3750(10.0.1.4) - trunk port, native VLAN 10 c3750(10.0.1.5) - trunk port, native VLAN 10