Wireless with Multiple broadcast SSID's

Posted on 2014-03-21
Last Modified: 2014-04-09
Hi Team    

    Full scenario is like this.

1) Each AP is having 4 SSID:  
                 SSID-- IT, SSID---TEST,SSID---STAFF,SSID---GUEST.


              SSID--IT (VLAN-130) Should have access to all other VLANS(100,116,120,130,132,138,140) and Voice vlan(136).Need MAC authentication.

              SSID---TEST Should have access to VLAN(100,132,136) and Voice VLAN 138.Need MAC authentication.

              SSID---STAFF Access to VLAN(132,138) and Voice VLAN 138. Need MAC authentication.

              SSID---GUEST Access to VLAN(138) no Voice VLAN needed.

Question by:RAMU CH
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Miftaul earned 500 total points
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Do you have WLC.

If not, connect the APs over trunk to switchport. Assign each SSID to respective VLANs on the AP.

On the switch, do the InterVLAN routing. And create ACLs to restrict communications between VLANs required.
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by:Craig Beck
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What's the actual 'requirement'?

Do you want to know how to do it?
Do you want to know if your kit will do it?

You haven't told us what kit you have.

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