I am trying to do something like that:
I have a SRX with reth1.1 (192.168.1.1 and vlan-id 1) and reth1.12 (192.168.12.1 and vlan-id 12).
Both interfaces are in the same zone but the subnet 192.168.12.0 was created for Junos Pulse users with DHCP pool defined in Resources Policies using the range 192.168.12.101-125.
The MAG is in the subnet 192.168.1.0 using IP 192.168.1.1 in the internal port.
Between SRX and MAG and have just a EX 4200. I created a Vlan Port in the MAG using vlan-id 12, IP 192.168.12.10, gtw 192.168.12.1. In the role I selected Vlan/source ip.
I put the interface of EX in mode trunk and chose vlan-id 1 as native-vlan and vlan-id 12 as vlan member but i lost the connection to the MAG.
What else? Do i need to change something in default vlan on MAG?
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The internal port will remain in the default VLAN. Which means the untagged traffic will be sent over the default VLAN with a VLAN ID 1 and tagged traffic will be sent over the VLAN you have created.
Can you check 2 things :
check if the traffic for vlan1 is tagged on the switch,if yes please untag it and try
Under system--->virtual systems-->root-->verify if the vlan is added and the vlan ip pool is defined
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