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How to add DMZ'ded wireless

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Hi all

I am trying to add a seperate wireless network intended for guests. It must be in a seperate network and I must have the ability to bandwidth-limit the guests. The wireless guests should be able to access the internet.

At the moment I am running a smoothwall express firewall and a standard cisco aironet. I have a mangemed 24 port netgear and have a seperate Acess point for this purpose.

I was thinking of using something like untanlged or a seperate firewall in place for the wireless clients but this seems overkill.

I would normally put the access point in a DMZ but I need the bandwidth limiting ability.

Any ideas?
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I acomplished this by adding a second monowall firewall inside my network and using captive portal on this.
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