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HP L3 1920 - Sonicwall NSA 2600 - Best way to restrict a port to "guest access" for internet without knowing IP or MAC

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Hello all,
    I have an HP Layer 3 1920 switch as well as a Sonicwall NSA 2600 and am trying to figure out a way to restrict access on port 15 of the HP to only have internet, similar to a "guest mode" on a wireless router. I do not know what the IP will be nor do I know the MAC address of what will be on that port. What is the best way to go about this?

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Create a new zone called guest for example. Configure Guest Services on that zone.
Assign an interface to this zone
create a new VLAN on the switch, hook it up to this new interface on the Sonic.


View example configurations and the SonicWALL webui and features on http://livedemo.sonicwall.com or http://ngfw-demo.com
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Thanks for the help!
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