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Hi ,

If I have one router and one switch layer 3 ,  and have many access points with muliple SSID's . is it possible that I can isolate my guest traffic from my corporate traffic .

but I do have DNS and DHCP server as well , I want guest users to be not part of my corporate network and should be isolated completeley but want to use same internet connection .

possibilities and solutions ????
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would required a little more explaination on VLAN TAG , if an article can be shared , that would be helpful about how to implement it
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Please provide the router model # so we can assist you further.

 Thank you.
annasad

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Currently I have two seperate internet connections , one is for corporate and one is for Guest .

guest is using Linksys router with POE WAN port to connect and using ISP DNS settings .
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Some small office type routers have an option built in to easily configure a guest wireless network to do exactly what you are looking for. What model routers are the two you have?
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Well my scenario is bit different from the point that my corporate network invloves proxy servers and , antivirus servers and then all traffic has to pass through the proxy server .

for Guest network , we have linksys small to medium based router which is physically different than the above system and both network have seperate switches and seperate Access points .

Also the clients wich connect to corporate Wifi uses corproate internet , and Wifi authentication is done on the bases of AD User . you can only authenticate Corporate Wifi , if you are AD user , but in Guest Network users should be able to connect with some key , which is not the case here .
So its bit complex thing to manage and integrate .
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any one can help me on this ?
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well , in my case , the guest users are permenent compliyees with their handheld devices , like mobiles , ipad , and tablets .  so once they get the passcode , then they want it for good time . they can not change the password every week even .

the whole problem is to change the mechansim in which guest network can be isolated with Corporate LAN and the key can not be used in Corporate network .

above is a good idea , i would try to see how it can fix up my problem .
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