Guest wireless routed to a different ISP?

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We have a a 4402 with several WLANs including a Guest WLAN. Is it possible to route all traffic from the Guest WLAN to a separate ISP? Guest is setup on a different VLAN. Would this be configured in the 4402, the switches, or our ASA device?


Thanks in advance for your help.

JK

Correct Answer by Scott Fella about 9 years 19 hours ago

Jerome is right, or else you can disable LAG and configure port 1 as the management and ap-manager and connect that to you infrastructure and then assing the ssid to port 2 which will be connected to a switch with your other isp or dsl connection.

Correct Answer by jeromehenry_2 about 9 years 20 hours ago

On the controller, I would send the guests to a specific interface, which is a specific VLAN/subnet. Then I would route this subnet to the second ISP from your router or layer 3 switch...

hth

Jerome

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On the controller, I would send the guests to a specific interface, which is a specific VLAN/subnet. Then I would route this subnet to the second ISP from your router or layer 3 switch...

hth

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Jerome is right, or else you can disable LAG and configure port 1 as the management and ap-manager and connect that to you infrastructure and then assing the ssid to port 2 which will be connected to a switch with your other isp or dsl connection.

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