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how to configure corporate wireless and guest internet with HP Procurve MSM710

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I have a HP MSM710 and with 4 controlled access points.

We need to provide secure corporate LAN access and guest internet access.

We have Verizon FIOS firewall/router, HP Procurve MSM710, Windows SBS 2008 server and unmanaged PoE network switch.

The windows server is providing Active Directory, DHCP and DNS on the LAN.

Please help!
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You just need to set up two wireless networks in the MSM710 , one with security enabled and the guest one without security.

Here is a link with some screen shots to have a look at how it is done.

http://auguro-site.blogspot.com/2011/03/guests-wifi-access-with-hp-procurve.html
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