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Currently we have a Cisco Aironet 26000 Series Access Point .
 I would like to know is it possible to set up a Guest WiFi within this device. and have each guest as the connect within there own VLAN
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No you can't do that with the 2600 AP. Each SSID ties to a specific VLAN unless you use RADIUS, but even then you can't easily get clients onto their own VLAN without specifying the VLAN ID in the RADIUS profile.

There is no native guest functionality in any Cisco Aironet APs.
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Hi Craig

Thanks for the Reply...  
do we need to know the clients Mac Address to point them to there own VLAN ID if using a RADIUS Server
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You can use MAC address or username if you want. As long as it's a unique value in a visible attribute you can use it as a condition.
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