fe0/0 with a 209.x.x.x address going to a switch.
fe0/1 with a 28.x.x.x going out to WAN
e0 outside with a 209.x.x.x address going to same switch as router.
e1 inside with a 192.168.0.1 address going to LAN. This acts as the network firewall/gateway
Client just purchased a Cisco AccessPoint 1130AG. Client wishes to have two SSID's. One "Guest" SSID which only gives access to HTTP/HTTPS. And one "Staff" SSID which gives access to everything (network servers/shares/printers/etc).
My understanding is that the PIX doesn't handle multiple VLANs, only ASA's do. But can I use the router to route the two VLAN's? There are currently no VLANs defined.
Can anyone help me out? Do you need to see the running-config on both to be able to tell? I was just wondering if the router could do a fe0/0.1 and fe0/0.2 int and add the two different VLAN's network statements to handle the routing, then the PIX restrict the access.
That's my idea, though I'm not sure how to go about implementing it.
Do I need to be more clear?
Thanks for any time given.