Hello and thanks for reading!We have two different Internet providers in the office. We use one of them only for the VoIP. In the switch (Cisco 3560) I have 10 ports in a different VLAN (phones, PBX and the Internet router). The problem is that I want to use this router as the WIFI access point in the office, for the visitors to be able to connect to the Internet). As soon as I created the VoIP VLAN, I can't connect to the Internet through the WIFI, and I don't know why. The rest of the clients are in the default VLAN, and the main router do not have WIFI.As my network is very small (25 users), I decided not to assign a different subnet to the VoIP VLAN, is this a problem? The DHCP pool in the WIFI router starts at 192.168.60.100, so I'm not giving overlapped IP addresses to the WIFI users.Some more info:main router IP 192.168.60.1 Wifi router IP 192.168.60.5I tried from a WIFI laptop with static addresses like thisOption 1 (NOT WORKING) IP 192.168.60.101 MSK 255.255.255.0 GW 192.168.60.5Option 2 (WORKS) IP 192.168.60.101 MSK 255.255.255.0 GW 192.168.60.1 (wich is the default route)I'd like the WIFI devices to connect to the Interternet through the 192.168.60.5 router but IAny help would be great,Jud
With the Cisco Network Assistant, I created the VLAN 101, and attached all the VoIP phones and the Wifi router (from one of the LAN ports of the router). This setup worked fine when I had only one VLAN for everything. I don't want the visitors to gain access to my network.
I just wanted to have a different Internet access for the wifi, but it doesn't work to me.
Yes, sorry for the misunderstanding, the internet connections are attached to the routers, one in the router1 and the other in the wifi router. From the router there is a cable that goes from the router to the WAN port of the firewall, and then from the LAN port of the firewall to the 3560 switch. The wifi router is directly connected from one of its LAN ports to the 3560 switch (to one of the VLAN VoIP ports)
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