Public network setup on Cisco 5508

Hello Experts

I have 12 AP's currently running on a private network and would like to add a public SSID and have the traffic routed out of the 5508 via a external address (DSL modem)

Currently the private network is connected via a ethernet gbic in slot 1

Any ideas on how to allow this?

Do I need a second ethernet GBIC connected to the DSL modem and add another WLAN with traffic pointing to the GBIC in slot 2???

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Craig BeckCommented:
First you need to disable LAG on the 5508.

Then you'll need to create a new dynamic-interface, tell it which physical port you want to use and attach it to your public SSID.  Then connect the DSL router to that port on the 5508.  You will need another GLC-T to connect the DSL modem.

That way traffic from the public SSID will only be able to leave the 5508 via that port.

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durango099Author Commented:
Ok, I just ordered the additional GBIC - should be here in a couple days

Will update when it arrives

Ernie BeekExpertCommented:
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

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Craig BeckCommented:
The first response was the answer.
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