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Setup Public WIFI on Cisco WRV210

Posted on 2014-03-21
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I setup a Cisco WRV210 on my network and setup a private WIFI SSID but would like to setup a Public WIFI SSID that isn't on the same network. I need it to be a different subnet so that no one can see what is on the private network.

If possible, please let me know if there is a way to do this.

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Yes, you can do this. All you are doing is creating multiple SSID'S. One will be assigned to your private network and you would map that to a specific VLAN. The Public SSID would be mapped to a different SSID and VLAN. Then you would create the necessary ACL to restrict each vlan from one another.
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