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IAP 275 Separate access help

I'm sorry in advance but I am a complete newbie to advanced networking. I have an IAP 275 that I want to create two separate networks on, one for internal/regular network access and one for guest, internet access only. It is connected to my AC5300 asus router handles the DHCP and is the base of my network then through my poe dummy switch to the IAP. I've never used an aruba product before either so please be detailed if possible. Again, sorry for the dumb question but thanks to all in advance!


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Re: IAP 275 Separate access help

The easiest way would be to create 2 SSID's on the IAP.

The GUEST SSID would be setup to use the internal DHCP server.

The CORP/INTERNAL SSID would use the DHCP service on the router.

 

The key to the GUEST SSID would be to block access to the INTERNAL network using an ACL on the configuration.

 

What version firmware are you on?

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Re: IAP 275 Separate access help

The easiest way would be to create 2 SSID's on the IAP.

The GUEST SSID would be setup to use the internal DHCP server.

The CORP/INTERNAL SSID would use the DHCP service on the router.

 

The key to the GUEST SSID would be to block access to the INTERNAL network using an ACL on the configuration.

 

What version firmware are you on?

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Re: IAP 275 Separate access help

These videos may get you started.

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Re: IAP 275 Separate access help

Thank you for these, they help a ton!

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