We do have cisco wireless network in place and our subnet is on IP 10.14.112.0/22 and our organisation users laptops get connected through the cisco wireless network and our DHCP server assigns the IP for devices on our network.
We have a company who has hired one of a room in our organisation for a year.There are 15-20 users who will be using this room for training purpose and they want access to wireless in this room . This company has given me a BT BusinessHub-755 and I want to connect this router to our network and create a separate wireless network for them.
I am thinking of using a separate SSID and want the router to issues IP addresses to the Tablets on a different range rather than our DHCP assigning IP addresses to their devices.
Please suggest will I be able to achieve this or will I have to but a separate access point.
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