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Cisco Wireless Access Point (AP) -- user limits

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I have some Cisco Wireless Access Points (APs) with two networks, GUEST and SECURE.

How can I limit the GUEST network to 4MB/second total, with each user allowed up to 1MB/second ?
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The thing to search for here is QOS.
This is the setting that allows you to set limits on speeds / number of connections.

You didn't say which model of AP you have so I can not give detailed info on how to set it up.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/routers/access/1800/wireless/configuration/guide/s37qos.html
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Hi,


what type of aps do you have?
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