Hi everyone, I'm trying to figure out the best way (if possible) to have a single SSID and multiple VLAN's for our point of sale systems. We already have 3 other SSID's so I'm trying to keep the SSID count low. We have two iPad based point of sale systems, one for Retail and one for our Restaurant. I tried setting up a group policy that would assign a VLAN to a device with bridge mode, but it doesn't seem to be working as expected. I'm either doing something that isn't possible, or I am misunderstanding how this should actually work. Does anyone have any experience getting something like this to work? Thanks all.
Each MR can only transmit one VLAN per SSID but using tagging you can tag the MR's and decide what VLAN they are using .. so your Cooperate SSID can broadcast the VLAN for your POS in the dining area and your normal VLAN everywhere … (Note this is not PCI compliant and I would recommend a separate SSID for your POS system for many reasons.)
Just as described: applying group policies even including several VLANs within one SSID works as a charm. Just follow the instructions, you can even have dynamically attached Group Policies per user / endpoint if you're using RADIUS.