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Lancom AP: how can I use different WLAN SSIDs in the firewall rules?

Posted on 2010-09-11
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Hi,

I use a Lancom l-321agn Access Point in my office. The AP provides two WLAN Networks. The first one is WPA Protected, the second uses 802.1x authentification with (free)Radius. Users of both networks can currently access everything in the network.

Now I want to split the networks a little bit. Users of the second network may still access everything, but the users of the first network may only access the webserver (port 80) of the local server in the network. So I have to differentiate between the WLAN Networks in my firewall rules. How can I do it?
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Link each SSID to its own VLAN, then connect to Lancom to a VLAn capable switch and separate the VLANS feeding the "restricted" SSID/VLAN to a suitable firewall.

You will also need to provide DHCP on the restricted SSID/VLAn this could possibly be provided by the firewall
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