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Guest VLAN on 4500

Guest VLAN on 4500

Guest VLAN on 4500

I have a 3Com access point which can have 4 separate SSID's all isolated from eachother.

I would like to make a guest VLAN, but not sure how to block traffic from that VLAN from getting to the rest of the network?

Also, if I want to add a DHCP scope specifically for this VLAN, how would I make it so that hosts get a response from the guest vlan and not the default vlan? ie...how do I make it so that the DHCP server is on VLAN10, for instance?

I am familiar with doing this with phones, as the VLAN ID is configured as part of a specific option...but not sure what should be done for a PC.

Many thanks

'When all else fails.......read the manual'

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