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Unread 02-14-2019, 06:56 AM
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Default SonicWall - SonicPoint Guest Mode/Zone

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How to setup SonicWall - SonicPoint Guest Mode/Zone?

How to configure WGS (Wireless Guest Services)?


   

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Configuring Guest Profiles (WGS Profiles)

Configuring Guest Accounts (WGS Users))

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https://www.sonicwall.com/en-us/supp...70504711668026

https://www.sonicwall.com/en-us/supp...70505710848055


   

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Configuring Wireless Guest Services Settings

http://help.sonicwall.com/help/sw/en...ices.18.02.htm


   

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Configuring a VAP for Guest Access

You can use a Guest Access VAP for visiting clients to whom you wish to provide access only to untrusted (for example, Internet) network resources.

Guest users will be provided a simple, temporary username and password for access.

http://help.sonicwall.com/help/sw/en...AP.075.27.html

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Virtual Access Points (VAP)

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How do I create a Guest Wi-Fi on a Wireless Capable SonicWall Appliance- a cheat sheet

A typical wireless implementation involves creating Wireless Access Points (WAP) for both for a well regulated network used by employee (e.g., Corp) and for a less regulated network used by Guests.
While it can be achieved in a few different ways, they all use Virtual Access Points (VAP).

It allows one to use a single AP to support multiple (virtual) APs with different authentication and encryption. A logical way of achieving this would be as follows.

1. Define Virtual Access Point Profiles for authentication and encryption

2. Define Virtual Access Points- Corp (SSID) and Guest (SSID)

3. Group the VAPs (SSIDs) to a Radio Group, e., g., Internal Radio Group.

4. assign the group to the Internal Radio

5. Configure the network zone and wireless interface

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How do I create a Guest Wi-Fi on a Wireless Capable SonicWall Appliance- a cheat sheet


Fig. 1. GUI wireless control on a wireless capable SonicWall Network Appliance.

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Fig. 2. Network configurations for setting up a Guest Wireless.

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Fig. 3. Configure Virtual access points (VAP). A VAP enables a single device. Please note that we already have a corporate Wi-Fi profile.

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Fig. 4. Wireless Settings -
Steps A: Access Role,
B: Enable WLAN Radio,
C: Select Radio Mode (2.4 or 5 GHz),
D: Short Guard and Aggregation (please refer to the note below),
E: SSID (if only one SSID is used),
F: VAP (if a group of SSID is used).

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Fig. 5. Results of Wireless configuration using the inbuilt Radio on a TZ500W.

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Fig. 6. Settings for a single SSID on Wireless capable appliance.

Based on the Authentication Type (1) WPA2-AUTO-PSK (A) or WPA2-AUTO-EAP (B), one has to update a Preshared Key (2) or the RADIUS information.

Please note that, the RADIUS configuration may also be used in the VAP by selecting the WPA2-AUTO-EAP.

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Fig. 7. Settings for a 2.4 GHz implementation.
Channels 1,6 and 11 are non-overlapping.
In an environemnt with nearby radios consider experimenting with the channels.

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Fig. 8. Wireless Advanced settings for performance tweaking.

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SonicWALL - How to Configure Virtual Access Point Profiles for Multiple SSIDs for Built-in Wireless



   

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