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10/16/12 8:54 PM
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NHBDaddy
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Thinking about going the WLAN controller route with AP's. Cisco 2500 series with Cisco AP's. Anyone dealt with these before? I need a business network and a seperate guest network for internet access. Recommendations?
10/17/12 9:46 AM
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come on you faygots give me something
10/19/12 9:49 AM
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What exactly are you asking for? Yes, any cisco WLC and lightweight APs will do a business and guest network, usually done with each WLAN mapped to a separate VLAN on the wired network. It's very easy to configure if you're any kind of network engineer. If not, hire one. ;)
10/19/12 10:39 AM
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Thanks BS! I was looking for HW recommendations more than anything.
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10/20/12 4:45 PM
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Yep, 2500 is good enough for that. If you are in doubt, check with your Cisco SE or Sales partner. They have wayyyy to much products so it can get confusing if you just look at the website. Just make sure you have proper rules on the other side of your vlan so it's really isolated as a guest on your network.
10/24/12 2:36 PM
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It is all about the pre-installation RF survey, don't skimp out on it.

11/8/12 8:52 AM
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It is all about the pre-installation RF survey, don't skimp out on it.


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