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Configure a guest wireless on a cisco 4400 series controller

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Hi guys,

I'm trying to setup a guest wireless through my cisco 4400 series WLC. The access points are model: AIR-LAP1252AG-A-K9

I need a great step by step tutorial for this.  I have an idea but want to make sure before i configure and find out it doesnt work. lol

Please help.

ALl access points are in AP Local mode.

Thanks in advance!
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I will take a look and keep you posted. I should be implementing this in the next few days.

Thanks
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Thanks for the links.
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