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Hi all, I am looking for some advice/help on setting up an Cisco 1142N Access point.

Is it possible to setup that AP for a private wireless and a guess wireless?

Private would have access to the internet and local network, guest only access to the internet.

Looking over the specs, it's not clear to me if its possible, though I'm not a Cisco expert, would appreciate any input or advice.
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It is possible to have multiple ssid's but you need vlan tagging to seperate the network.

There should be an option to use vlan ID under SSID section and that is the vlan number on the switch.

The AP must be connected to a switch with trunk mode.
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Thanks for the quick response. I'll login and check the ssid section for vlan ID, unsure of if the switch has trunk mode, will need to check on that.
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Perfect, thanks Infamus!
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