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Old April 10th, 2012, 03:17 AM
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Default WNDAP360 - How to configure a Guest Access?

Our Access Point (WNDAP360) works well but I would like to configure a restrictive access for our visitors. With the present configuration, they access to the internet but also to our internal network and this is not useful and not sure.

In the Reference Manual, it is written :
"You can configure combinations of VLANS and BSSIDs (security profiles) with stronger or less restrictive access security according to your requirements. For example, visitors could be given wireless Internet access but be excluded from any access to your internal network. For information about how to configure BSSIDs, see Configure and Enable Security Profiles on page 42."

This is exactly what I want but on page 42, I can't find clear explanations about this kind of configuration. I configured two BSSID (one for full access, one for guest access), with different VLAN ID (static VLAN ID). I don't have a Radius Server but I hope it is not essential. We had before a guest access with a Belkin Modem-Router and it was very easy to configure...

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Old April 10th, 2012, 06:44 PM
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Default Re: WNDAP360 - How to configure a Guest Access?

you will need vlan capable switch to isolate it.

you may also go with fvs318N unit which does all in one box with prosafe series routers.
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Old April 12th, 2012, 01:13 AM
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Default Re: WNDAP360 - How to configure a Guest Access?

Thanks a lot jmizoguchi.

I have currently a FVS336G router. May be a bad choice, if your advise is a FVS318N.

Are switches GS180T-200 or GS180E convenient for isolating my access point ?

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Simplified version is fvs318n but using vlan capable switch is your option to fvs336g
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