I am trying to set up a basic wireless network, completely seperate from our internal network, just utlizing the external internet bandwidth. It will mainly be used for meeting rooms and visitors requiring internet access.
There should be no need for VLans on the Wireless network.
The External 7204 router is plugged into a 12 port 2950 switch, which has a connection to the external side of our firewall.The ip address of the router is a public address, so if possible I do not want to give the WLC management ip a public address. The WLC will be plugged into the Cisco 2950 switch.
I am a complete newbie at setting up the Cisco wireless. I imagine it is down to routing - do I have to purchase another router or is the WLC capable of doing simplified routing?
Any advice would be greatly apprciated.
Cisco WLC 4402 - version 126.96.36.199
Cisco 3750 24 Port Switch
External Router 7204 VXR Router
Internal DHCP on WLC range - 192.168.60.100 -> .150
Management Ip address: 192.168.60.2
AP ip address: 192.168.60.3
Virtual ip address: 188.8.131.52
External Router ip address: 194.*.*.1