We are planning to set up a wireless network in a small office (30 users) with two SSIDs, one for the internal and one for the guests WLAN. Usually we are using Linux as routers, however, for the office we just would like to place a small Cisco box that we can use for VLAN routing (router on a stick). The network will look like the following:
So basically we just need a small box that can be configured with virtual interfaces for different vlans and statically routes traffic to another gateway.
I'm currently thinking about either a Cisco 500 Series Secure Router or a Cisco ASA 5500 Security Appliance but am not sure if those can be used for the scenario above.
What product would you recommend in this scenario?
Note: It might be possible that we will replace the Internet/VPN Router so it would also be interesting to choose a product that can act as VLAN router as well as Internet/VPN gateway.
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