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Wg102 802.1q I have a cisco small buisness switch hooked up to a netgear prosafe wireless wg102. I am very experienced with vlan tagging and networking in general. When I checked the box that says "enable 802.1q vlan" and the router reboots, I am no longer able to access it. Whether I have my switch set as access or trunk or any other setting that I can think of. I think the problem is with the wg102, but I though that when I checked the box the AP would come back up and keep untagging in vlan 1. Has anyone else had trouble with netgears in this senario.

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    ghiel Dec 31, 2013

    Obviously when I say router I mean AP. Old habit.

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