Think this is my first post here, but I've been an irc lurker and semi dev for quite some time.
My physical network layout is like so:
isp-device<->pfsense-7100<->aruba-s2500p<->meraki-mr24[15 or so].
the meraki mr24's are configured as dumb aps without vlan stuff (yet; I've been
tinkering so some do but its not a finished project yet)
pfsense currently has three manually configured vlans:
66: 'guest', meant for wireless devices on a 'GuestWiFi' ssid
77: 'management', speaks for itself.
88: 'security', dvrs and ip cameras and such.
99: 'office', office machines and such.
more may come, but this is enough to get across what I want.
The connection between pfsense and switch is 'trunked'. switch to switch is also trunked,
but we'll only deal with one for now. switch to meraki is also trunked but not sure if it should
What I'd like:
separate SSIDs on the merakis per vlan (the meraki only has one ethernet port, btw). only the mgmt vlan has an ip address for the meraki, and the web interface for it
is on mgmt vlan.
each ssid goes to each vlan and can get 'internet'
the major crux of the issue is I can't figure out how to 'trunk' the eth port
on the merakis, or how to have vlans attached to wifi without giving them
an ip address/interface.