We had been using a Linksys Smart Wi-Fi E4200 successfully as a router and for wireless access, both for our employees and for guest access for our visitors...
We now have a Cisco ASA (non-wireless) router in place, and we're using the Linksys for wireless access... HOWEVER, we cannot get the GUEST access to work. We *can* connect using the Guest Access feature, but we can't get to the internet using it.
Linksys tells me that this is not possible... that the only way to use the *Guest* access feature of this device is to make it our "main" router... which I cannot do. (Out of my control.)
Does this sound logical? I must be missing something obvious. How can we provide wireless guest access and still use the Cisco ASA as our router?