Hey there, well this only opens up further questions. Will wireless be centralized at one location, any plans for growth of your WLAN?
Depending on what you want to accomplish you will need something similar to the folllowing
Option 1 - Centrally Managed WLAN
1. Wireless LAN Controller
2. LWAPP (I would recommend 2 AP's at least for 30 users)
3. L3 Switch (L3, you did mention segementation of the network)
4. Router (be it from your provider or you manage it, this will route LAN to WAN *Internet*)
5. NPS Server for dot1x authentication (MS 2008 R2 would work, most likely have one in the environment already?)
Option 2 - Autonomous WLAN
1. Wireless Access Points (autonomous, 2 at least)
2. L3 Switch
4. NPS server for dot1x authentication
You will need power adapters for the AP's as the Cisco 200-08 isn't not POE capable. The only thing I am confused on (i'm not smart afterall) is
1. I need something that can make a PPPoE connection with username and password to my ISP for Internet.
Why do you need username/password to connect to your ISP? What kind of circuit do you have coming into the site? T1? DS3? As I said, lots of questions
Also, as far as switch, you could most likely get away with a 48 port 3560 POE (100MB) or you could get fancy and go Gig and get a 3560G. Also make sure the AP you select can be powered by the 3560 POE
As far as segmentation, keep it simple. Something like
Mgmt - 192.168.10.0/24 (Use this segment only to manage switches, routers)
Data - 192.168.20.0/24 (This will be for the users who are wired)
Wireless Mgmt - 192.168.30.0/24 (Could be used if you go with a centralized WLAN solution, controller and AP's on this segment only)
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