Multi-WAN network with VLANs generated by APs
Can someone please describe how to get this working? I've played around with it for a bit but I'm a little confused.
We have two WAN connections in our office.
On one of these WAN connections (WAN1) is a 48 port Cisco VPN which connects to our main office. That connects most of the clients via wired ethernet.
On the other WAN connection (WAN2) is a pfSense box with a few NICs.
Off of the pfSense box, there are two Enterasys Wireless APs, AP-North and AP-South. These each broadcast two wifi networks, "Office" and "Guest". All traffic for Office wifi is tagged as VLAN1 by the AP, and all traffic for Guest wifi is tagged as VLAN2.
I would like to set this up so that all traffic tagged as VLAN1 should be routed by the pfSense box over to the Cisco-48 VPN box (and go back to our main office). All of the untagged or VLAN2 packets should be routed over WAN2.
(Please see attachment for network diagram)
Also, I would like the clients to be able to roam between the two APs, which means that the two NICs should be in the same subnet. From my research, I think I need a trunk, but I'm not entirely sure.
What do I need to set this configuration up?
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