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RVS 4000 and vlan

I have a Cisco RVS400 router at my restaurant.

In lan ports 1-3 on the router, I have plugged in my point-of-sale computers.Into LAN port 4 I have plugged my wireless access point that is in my dining room.

The wireless access is there ONLY for the customers to access the internet.

I want to make sure the customers cannot access my company data, can this be accomplished through the use of VLANs ?

If so, how do I do this?

All of my devices are configured for dhcp..if that's relevant.

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Re: RVS 4000 and vlan

Hi Scott,

You definitely need to implement a vlan only for your customers and defining this vlan as private. The configuration is quite straight forward and you can feel quite safe for your infrastructure . It would be a good idea to dedicate a dhcp pool only for your customer network so to be able to separate data traffic to layer 3 too. More complex solutions are available but I would stick to this one since very reliable.

If you need a template for it google pvlan or private vlan tech examples

Have a nice weekend

Alessio

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Re: RVS 4000 and vlan

Wrong forum, post in "small business - routers". You can move your post using the actions panel on the right.

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