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AP-225 - two ethernet interface scenario

Hi,

 

I would like to configure two independent network: for employee and guest. I have two independent WAN connection so I would like to assign ETH0 interface to first WAN connection. This interface will be dedicated for employee. ETH 1 interface will be assigned to second WAN and dedicated for guest network. Is it possible using AP and controller or only IAP. If yes, how should I configure it?

Thanks in advance!

 

 

Regards,

Mathew

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Re: AP-225 - two ethernet interface scenario

If you have a controller, the best bet would be to hook the second leg into
the controller, not the AP.


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Contributor I

Re: AP-225 - two ethernet interface scenario

How about IAP? Is it possible to do it without controller?

 

Regards,

Mathew

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Contributor I

Re: AP-225 - two ethernet interface scenario

Anybody help me resolve this issue?

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Re: AP-225 - two ethernet interface scenario

Matthew0306,

 

That scenario is not supported.

 

 


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