I have the followin scenario:
1 SSID "corp", with vlan assignment "default", same vlan as the VC
1 SSID "guest", with static vlan assignment and dhcp from firewall
These 2 SSIDs are on different vlans, how come a user connected to ssid "corp" can ping a user connected to ssid "guest"? Same thing if a user is connected to ssid "guest", it can access the VC.
I thought that the SSIDs where separated since they are on different vlans. Ive created a firewall rule to deny access across SSIDs. Is there another way to accomplish that?
I havent created any acl rules in instant, i allow everything on both SSIDs. I want the firewall to be the only device to regulate access. My question was if i have to create any acl rules in instant to block access across vlans or if there is another global function to do this
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