I have 4 vlans, 3 of the vlans have ssids on our wireless access points. the 1 that is not is basically management.
all of the student laptops connect wireless to the student vlan. These laptops also have a wireless printer they print to. I would like to somehow connect the printer to wireless vlan students yet have a default vlan ip address without showing the world our default vlan.
Can this be done?
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