I remember someone here mentioning that they have every customer on their own VLAN. Any draw backs to this? Has anyone else successfully done this?
I’d like to know about this as well.
we have all customers that are NAT disabled on seperate VLANs, all NAT enabled sit on the same VLAN.
No problems. However with the NAT disabled customers you need to be a little careful with what they may be doing inside their network, if they are using internal VLAN’s then you need to be on top this or it could cause you issues if you are running STP on your network
Make sure that you have 7.2.9 or 7.3.6 and to set your canopy radios to “Untagged frames only” and dynamic learning “Disabled” if you want the customer to only be able to use the VLAN that you set on the radio. Otherwise they could generate their own vlan tags and hop onto vlans they aren’t supposed to be part of.