How to setup dual Vlan in an enviroment to create 2 ssid's on a cisco aironet Access Point.

I was able to setup 2 vlan's on one our aironet access points. Vlan 1 is going to be the Internal SSID for the domain.
Vlan2 is going to be the external SSID for guests. We are running out of IP's in DHCP.

This is the first time I ever had to do this.

our topology is Cisco RV042 Router,   Hp Proliant server running SBS2011 Standard,   2 Cisco 300-10P Poe switch bridged together, Cisco Aironet 1142N Access Point.

I was able to setup the dual Vlan in the access Point. One for the Internal users and one for the Guest. I still l need to setup the dual vlan in the switch and setup the second scope.

When I setup the second scope and and the dual vlan on the switch how would I go by telling vlan 1 to point to the original scope the n vlan 2 to point to the second scope?
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Have you read this from Cisco's support community: ?

It has the configuration required to get you on your way.

If a video is more your thing:
BBraytonAuthor Commented:
Thanks I'll check it out
BBraytonAuthor Commented:
Quick question!! everything the guy did on the video is in CMD line. is there a program he used?
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If you're interested in the CLI program, it could be any program that understands your basic telnet (command line from your workstation) or ssh (using putty or the like). It would depend on what you have configured on the devices themselves for access. Alternatively, you could go with hyperterminal or putty for console access.
BBraytonAuthor Commented:
Could you just configure it through the GUI interface.
Yes, if you have it configured. You could browse to the IP of the device and do it from there.

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Thanks for the grade. Good luck.
BBraytonAuthor Commented:
Thank you!!
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