@jdiggins Today I only have 2 SSIDs. 1 Network Visitors using DHCP from the Meraki network. 2 Corporate NetworkThe police group is always based on SSID number 2, because it is where the Vlans exist, for example: Vlan1 = Default -> A non-administrative network. Just released navigations at meal times within the corporation; Vlan2 = Local Lan. Here is where my servers and administrative network are; Vlan3 = Smartphones and VOIP; And go to Vlan6.That is, all are in a single SSID, but in group polices pertaining to different Vlans. Strengths:- Environment totally safe and controlled;You do not have to worry about Wifi passwords; Negative points:- For a trusted device to enter the network, the T.I team needs to manually play the same on some police group.In my daily life here within the corporation, I improved my administration a lot and reduced my problems of interference and loss of connections 100%. Is it a little clearer? Sorry, my english, I'm using google translator.
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