|Hello and thanks for reading,|
I need to provide Internet wifi access to our visitors in the office while keep our network safe.
We have one Cisco 3560, I've created one VLAN for VoIP and assigned several ports to it, in these ports I attached the VoIP phones and also one SOHO Wifi router. The VoIP is using the attached router, but I want also to use the Wifi router for the wireless connections (mostly people with smartphones and visitors with their laptops). I don't want them to gain access to our LAN. All the other ports are in the default VLAN.
DHCP is active in the Wifi router but I can't connect to the Internet using my laptop. The laptop takes the switch default gateway instead of the router. I don't know if I can add a default gateway to the VLAN...
We recently added a server (SBS2008) to the office, it provides DHCP to the clients. When I switch on the server, then the wifi clients get the switch default gateway, but the DHCP server is now the SBS, and I can connect to the Internet BUT using the other ISP.
The diagram is simple like this:
Router for the LAN
switch 3560 -------- WIFI Router (for VoIP and wireless clients)
I'm using the same subnet for both VLANs.
I can't get it working :-( Any help would be great !