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2 seperate guest networks on same controller - how to stop user connecting to both ssid's

Hi All

We have a requirement wherby we want to have 2 guest networks on our controller, they will both use the local database for authentication.

Is it possible to stop the client being able to connect to both SSID's ? as it shares the same local database.

 

cheers

 

Carl

 

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Re: 2 seperate guest networks on same controller - how to stop user connecting to both ssid's

You would need to use a policy engine/RADIUS server like ClearPass.


Thanks,
Tim


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Re: 2 seperate guest networks on same controller - how to stop user connecting to both ssid's

No, using controller you cant do this.

But you can put them in denyall role.

Like SSID-A : user1 [guest]  user2 [denyall]

        SSID-B : user2 [guest] user1 [denyall]

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