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Hello all,


A client of mine wants to provide their board room with wireless for customers that come in with laptops, so they would have internet access. My problem, as the security obsessed man that I am, is this: how do I ONLY provide internet access to the AP clients? Do I need to do it through VLAN's? When I tried setting up a second dhcp scope on the server, I also set the Buffalo AP to look to the new subnet created. Hunky-dory, right? Wrong :whistling: . When I associated my laptop with the AP, it recieved an address from the FIRST subnet. 1st=192.168.1.x 2nd=192.168.2.x Am I going about this the wrong way? Any help would be greatly appreciated. :blink:


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