the objective is to set up 2 vlans, one of which is a wireless access point connecting to our company network which is behind our firewall. the other is a wireless access point for admins and selct people to connect directly to the internet, bypasing all network devices and firewall. i have read and reread the admin guide and am unable to find anything remotely telling me how to do that. i am unable to get tech support unless i buy a contract for $800. for that kind of money i could throw this away and buy two new devices from somebody else getting free 1 yr support and have enough money left over to buy a used car but before i write cisco off as a bad partner i figure i'll give this a shot so if anybody knows how to do this and can help me out i'd be grateful. I currently have it working and vlans setup but they both hook into the company network.
Based on your description it sounds as if you would like to have two completely separate VLANs that will not communicate with each other. If you in fact already have the VLANs created and you simply want to stop communication between the two subnets then you will need to go to Setup>Advanced Routing>Inter-VLAN routing.
If you disable this option the two subnet will not communicate.
Regarding the need to purchase a contract for $800: What number did you call? The contact number for the Cisco Small Business Support Center is 1.866.606.1866. If your device is not entitled to phone support you would need to purchase a support contract but the price is no where near $800. Below is a link for available contracts.
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