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aironet mutlipul AP's

Posted on 2014-11-17
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We have 6 Aironet 1231's. We would like to create a managed soloution whereby they:-
Have a work SSID on 1 IP Address Range
A guest SSID on another IP range

Have this then broadcasted by all 6 and they do hand off.

I dont even know if they offer this (its essentially like a managed sonicpoint solution we are after but we dont need to buyt he kit as we have these!)

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Bit much going on here.  You can do all of it providing you use RADIUS (for client handoff) and have switches that can do VLANs.  Do you have manageable switches?
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You would be much better off with a Cisco 2504 series wireless lan controller and convert your aps to lightweight. Then you can do all of the above with a few mouse clicks
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^^^ true!
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