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Cisco 1140 Standalone AP "guest" network

I am thinking about purchasing the standalone version of the 1140 AP, (AIR-AP1142N-x-K9 - Dual-band Standalone 802.11a/g/n). My question is can I setup a "guest" network with these conditions:

  1. Seperate subnet, gets dhcp from the AP.
  2. No dmz setup on the Firewall.
  3. No access to other subnets, internet only.
  4. Does it require VLANS?

Thanks in Advace for your help!

L. Mace

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Re: Cisco 1140 Standalone AP "guest" network

  1. Seperate subnet, gets dhcp from the AP.   Yes, this could be done, just need to configure a scope on the AP, may need to ip helper back to the AP's management IP.
  2. No dmz setup on the Firewall.  Don't necesarily need the DMZ, but you are going to have to allow the new subnet to pass through it
  3. No access to other subnets, internet only.  not a problem, ACL at L3 device.
  4. Does it require VLANS?  yes.

Cheers,
Steve

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Re: Cisco 1140 Standalone AP "guest" network

  1. Seperate subnet, gets dhcp from the AP.   Yes, this could be done, just need to configure a scope on the AP, may need to ip helper back to the AP's management IP.
  2. No dmz setup on the Firewall.  Don't necesarily need the DMZ, but you are going to have to allow the new subnet to pass through it
  3. No access to other subnets, internet only.  not a problem, ACL at L3 device.
  4. Does it require VLANS?  yes.

Cheers,
Steve

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Re: Cisco 1140 Standalone AP "guest" network

Ok, great this seem pretty straight forward.

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