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Setup of a Cisco 1131AG - Simulaneous Secure and Open Connections

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I want this to hook up a Cisco 1131AG WAP to our Windows network and 1) serve out a secure WPA connection that would pass full network access to authenticated users, and 2) also serve out an open connection giving Internet only to guests, etc.

I understand this is possible as you can set up a VLAN on this device?  Detailed steps would help. I've setup tons of WAPs, but never a Cisco WAP.  Detailed steps are what I'm looking for!

Thanks!
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1. point the AP to the radius server.
If you havent set one up, it's the IAS + CA in the add and remove windows components.  Authorize your IAS server in the DHCP server.  Create a wireless profile and apply it to anyone who need wireless access on active directory.

2.  Get another Access point.  or you can pass two vlan to the access point and use one VLAN for each SSID.  Remember to create a ip pool for the public access and some access lists to isolate them.
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