Can vlan 1 be explicitly tagged on a WLAN?
When my network was initially set, our internal network was set up on VLAN 1. The ruckus was configured on VLAN 10 (no management interface). I now want to set up a WLAN directly on VLAN 1 so I can use the DHCP server there and my wireless clients can be on the same subnet. Now, on 126.96.36.199.8, I wasn't even allowed to set the VLAN field to 1. Yesterday I upgraded to 188.8.131.52.267. I can now set a 1 there, but it seems to be the default and I still seem to be on VLAN 10 as that is where the DHCP server that is giving me an IP address resides.
Other Configuration info:
1) Ruckus Zone Director is on VLAN 10. No management interface is configured.
2) DHCP server is disabled, I've been using independent DHCP servers on each VLAN
3) Switch config for access points are untagged VLAN 10 and tagged everything else
4) Switch config for zone director is tagged everything, although I have tried untagged for VLAN 1.
As I've had no issues setting up WLANs on other VLANs, I'm wondering if there's something special about VLAN 1? Should my internal network not be there? Did I miss something in the user guide? Is there some other setting in the Ruckus somewhere I need to change? Did I just make a boneheaded error several times?
I think my next step is to see if I can do this via dynamic VLANs as I do intend to use RADIUS there anyway.