Two of our wlans are web authentication types. A lot of the time people are connected to one of them but not authenticated. For example we'll have a 1000 users connected but only 200 are actually authenticated and doing something on the network, the rest are just connected. This has increased a lot since more and more people are getting hand held wireless devices like an ipod. These users use up a lot of our "real" ip address. Is there a way to set up the wlans to hand off some sort of 10.x.x.x upon connecting, and then after they authenticate to give the users a real ip address. Basically they connect to one network and after authentication are put on a different one. This way the users will stay connected but it will free up a lot of ip addresses. I'm not sure if anyone else experiences this, if so, what have you done to possibly remedy this? Or any suggestions would be appreciated.