I need to add a couple of VLANs for wireless trusted machines and wireless guests. Wireless trusted machines may connect to anything; guests may not connect to servers but may reach the Internet.
Right now, everything is 192.168.1.0/24. The wireless trusted network could be 192.168.2.0 and the wireless guests 192.168.3.0.
DHCP is running on a Windows 2003 server and I've been told that the MAC address of wireless trusted hosts can be used to give these machines static addresses in the 192.168.2.0 range. The wireless guests would get their address from the access point. This seems a bit convoluted. Is there a better way to set this up?
The routers, switches, servers, and printers are all on the same network as trusted wired hosts. I believe this means that the default vlan, the native vlan, and the management vlan would all be vlan 1. Is this considered acceptable design?