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Adding guest WIFI

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#1 AndersonP


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Posted 23 January 2015 - 11:49 AM

What I have:
Cisco AP broadcasting CORP network SSID 
Juniper EX switches
Juniper FW - default gateway -
Windows 2003 server - DHCP -
What I want to do:
Add Guest wifi with Internet access only
What I've done:
Added new SSID to Cisco AP called GUEST. Created VLANs for GUEST and CORP on Cisco. Assigned SSIDs to wireless radios. Created subinterfaces for wireless radios and gigE interface. Added trunk on Juniper SW to associated port cisco is connected on. CORP users still get DHCP addresses. Created new scope for GUEST -
Guest not getting IPs.
Do I need to a helper (and where)? Create a L3 interface (and where)?

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#2 Sneakycyber


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Posted 25 January 2015 - 02:45 PM

Is your guest network getting ip's from you dhcp server? If they have access only to the internet you may be blocking your dhcp server.

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