I work in a law firm and we currently have the wireless locked down. I would like to create a open connection using the same wireless access points that are already in place. I am using Netgear ProSafe WG102 access points and a Cisco ASA 5505 router. Is the easiest and best thing to do in this situation to vreate a VLAN and let the open security connection use the new VLAN?
I have a Cisco guy that can configure the new VLAN on the router but after that I get kind of lost on how to go about setting everything up. I am very new to VLAN's but would appreciate any information you could provide. The WAP's do support VLANS and also have the option to Enable 802.1Q VLAN
Below is a screen shot of the WAP setup just to show you the options.
I would suggest not using the ASA 5505. Put an inexpensive switch in front of the ASA 5505 - reconnect the 5505 and then connect your wireless router to the switch and use the public address - bypassing
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