We have a client with two locations. The Zonedirector and
many APs are at the main location, about 23 APs are at the secondary location.
Currently, there is a dedicated ethernet circuit between the two sites. We are
changing the connection to two separate internet connections with an SDWAN
connecting them. Currently, the ZD and the APs are on the same VLAN (VLAN 1).
We have to put the secondary site devices on VLANs that do not duplicate the VLANs at the primary site due to the connection type.
Now, we are trying to figure out the correct configuration to get the secondary
site APs to be on the separate VLAN (VLAN 200) and still work with the ZD at
the main site. We have cisco switches at both locations (currently all APs are plugged into trunk ports) and meraki firewalls will be providing the new SDWAN connection. But as of right now (even with the still flat network) I cannot even get the secondary sight APs to communicate with the Zone Director when I move them to a new VLAN. We have tried numerous different settings in the AP policies and on the cisco switch ports.