We have a number of our clients using the CISCO WAP 121 wireless unit. We have them clustered for ease of update (Great feature) Question is, we have created two SSID's one for our work and another for Customer access.
We would like to run both SSID's from the same units but we don't want either devices to see each other.
So we have enabled SSID Segregation, however, we have a number of LAN units on the site as well which, have a VPN connection back to our head office location.
I would like to ensure that any device that is on the public network can not see any LAN connected devices and that only devices on our staff network can see the VPN and other LAN connected devices.
In short the ones connecting to the Public network just need internetaccess.
The ones connected to the Staff need full network access.
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