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I have a WLAN. It has all the latest and greatest security features available from Cisco. I have now been asked the following:
a) a user that connects should be limited to a preset list of ports (i.e. 80 and 53). How do I go about doing this?
b) a user connecting would be assigned to a certain VLAN, i.e. some users would be on a non-secure WLAN VLAN whereas others would be on a secure WLAN VLAN. How do I go about setting this up?
a ) AP allows you to configure ip protocol and ip port based filter list .
Here is the doc on it .
b) In 12.0 firmware you can create different SSID based on different vlan and you can give different security measure to different set of SSID and VLAN .
You can have one guest vlan and ssid and have open authentication
This doesn't help much. I am looking to create a different port permit list for each individual user connecting. Your links merely show me how to modify an AP to limit the ports it accepts for all users.
If you have AP 1100, then you may create ACL and VLAN as if the AP is a router...wonderful :-)