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Mulitple SSIDs and ACLs on Autonomous APs

This is an unusual situation:

I have the need to run a few autonomous APs (1262) for some sites on satellite links.

At a bare minimum I need to run two WLANs.

One is wide open, and the other with an ACL that heavily restricts access.

Is there any way to tie two WLANs to a single VLAN, while applying an ACL to just one WLAN?

Any ideas?

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Re: Mulitple SSIDs and ACLs on Autonomous APs

You would need to setup multiple vlans. Here is a doc regarding autonomous and ACL's.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-13768

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-Scott
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Mulitple SSIDs and ACLs on Autonomous APs

On autonomous, you cans have multiple ssid pointing to one vlan.  You can on a WLC.

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Scott

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Mulitple SSIDs and ACLs on Autonomous APs

Kind of figured that.

I guess I will have tpo deploy another VLAN/Subnet...

I take it that I can run an extended ACL on an autonomous AP and apply it to the dot11 radio subinterface?

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Re: Mulitple SSIDs and ACLs on Autonomous APs

You would need to setup multiple vlans. Here is a doc regarding autonomous and ACL's.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-13768

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-Scott
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