Good evening folks,
I need to do the following, and we are not going to purchase cisco equipment to do it:
Access point with two SSIDs. One is public and other is private. public needs to NOT see anything but internet, and also serve as a DHCP server for clients connected to public. Private network can see everything, servers, printers and whatnot, addresses are handed out by server's DHCP.
am I asking too much? I know there are some APs out there that can serve as access points and DHCP servers at the same time.
now onto the VLAN. if i setup the router's port that my ap is connected to with a vlan id than only traffic between the two IDs is permitted right? So my "private" ssid (not on vlan) won't be able to talk through that switch port?? Am I thinking about this correctly?
this is a new topic to me, so a little confused.