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Multiple Subnet Access via Aironet APs

Does there exist a way to configure /allow a Cisco Aironet Access Point to provide wireless connectivity to two different subnets; 10.0.0.0 and 172.0.0.0.


A WCS / WLAC is used & VLANs are used too. I knowlll that switching between subnets/VLANs a router is required.


Thank you!

Keith

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Re: Multiple Subnet Access via Aironet APs

Yes you can.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-14496

You need routing if you want different subnets tot alk to each other.

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Re: Multiple Subnet Access via Aironet APs

how will mobile devices & laptops be granted to one or the other subnet?

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Re: Multiple Subnet Access via Aironet APs

  the above question involves mobile devices & laptops. "& amp" is a typo. Sorry for the confusion.

I need to find a solution to provide: wifi access to two subnets for mobile devices. these two subnets will be assigned to SAME VLAN#.

Is that possible...?

Thanks!

Keith

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Re: Multiple Subnet Access via Aironet APs

When working with vlans we will e linking each ssid to a specific subnet, each vlan to a subnet and each subnte to an specific ssid.

Then on the layer 3 device you configure the required layer 3 routing .

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Re: Multiple Subnet Access via Aironet APs

Also you can check on link.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk722/tk809/technologies_configuration_example09186a00805e7a24.shtml

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