This may not be the appropriate forum but it is a place to start.
I am trying to setup a simple guest wireless AP. I want the AP to handle DHCP for the clients (say pool 172.31.10.x). The DHCP server should only respond to requests from its wireless clients. The AP is on our corporate LAN (192.168.200.65). I want to restrict, using ACLs, what the wireless clients can access on the 192.168.200.x network. I basically want them to be able to surf the web and use any VPN software that they might need.
Any help and suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
First, keep in mind that the DHCP server on an AP will only work for the subnet assigned to the BVI1 interface. It will also respond to any DHCP Discover it hears, wired or wireless. The only way to stop it from responding to wired-side requests would be an ACL.