troubleshooting Question

Need one secure wireless and one that just allows internet.....

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Hi,

I have 3 Cisco Air AP1131AG access points.  My network currently has no seperate VLANs.  What I am trying to accomplish, is to have 2 different wireless connections in our building, one that is secured and allows access to our network, and one that is not secure so that people that come to our building can access the internet, but that's all.  What is the best way to accomplish this?  Can I setup one of the access points with a seperate VLAN with a new ip address range, make it the DHCP server for that VLAN, then add a route to my firewall to allow access to that range to the internet?  Is that possible?  Is there a better solution?

I am not real good with Cisco stuff, so any examples or links to sample configs would be very much appreciated!  I did try Cisco support on this, but I'm not sure I was getting my question across clearly.  Thank you in advance!

Mark
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