Two Seperate networks on one internet connection without a VLAN
I have a network that has a Point of Sale system all hard wired and we would like to install a WIFI access point for testing products that come into the store. The ISP is Comcast (irrelevant) but would like to keep them separate without having to go through a VLAN setup. So that in the case that an infected device comes in and is tested on the WIFI it will not infect the Hard wired network. Comcast has issues with VLAN's have set a few up for a few clients and their router is always an issue. We are going to use an ARUBA access point which has security in it. I was looking for a cost effective way to split the network. Thanks
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