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Cisco 1130AG - Block Management Interface webpage

Sorry if this may be simple to most people but I'm working on creating an open wireless scheme and we are simply going to use WPA with a key.  What I'm getting a little stuck on is preventing access, by the guests that will connect to the WAPs, to the gateway/management webpage.  I've been looking into seperating with VLANs and trunks (internal with management access and external for guests) but having a hard time with the configuration scheme. 

Not sure if there is an easy way to just block that in the config or what.

Anyone point me to a good document or a give me a shove in the right direction? 

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Re: Cisco 1130AG - Block Management Interface webpage

Well an easy way would be to just turn web based management off from the CLI, and turn it back on if you need it in the future.

You just telnet into the AP and it's one command;

no ip http server

Another option is to create sperate VLANs for the wireless and the wired clients using the BVI feature and then use an access list to deny access from the wireless subnet to the AP management IP.

I hope those help.