Not being a network guru at all, my question is best left to those of you who are... :))
I have a simple /24 network (even simpler diagram, is attached) for a small site that also incorporates a server (Win2008R2) for AD, DHCP, DNS, file, print and email services. All is fine except I'd like to have a Wireless device (home/smb grade) provide an independent set of IP addresses for only the wireless clients (see attached in red).
This would be easy for a router that is acting as the DHCP server and has a Guest network option but this is not the case and is not possible here due to the server.
If subnetting would work (assume IPv4) - how would I need to configure/reconfigure existing clients and/or a router/wap to separate the IP address ranges? I can figure out the IP mask and all that - just unsure of how (or if) network traffic flow would be as desired and how/if I can have a single wireless device dedicated to a limited IP range.
Hope this is clear enough!