Setup Airport Express on a Separate Network

The company I work for recently purchased an airport express. They want the network from the Airport Express separate from the internal LAN network. Basically, none of the networks should have access to each other and the Airport Express should be a different subnet than the LAN.

I set the configuration to Bridge Mode in the Airport Utility to bypass the DHCP and made sure I updated the settings. However when I do an ipconfig, I still notice the wireless network is in the same subnet as our LAN.

What's the best way to go about this? Is this even possible with the Airport Express?



By putting the express into bring mode you've added it to the network you currently have. Remove it from bridge mode and set it to "create new network." You also do want it to serve DHCP to clients unless your users are all connecting to it through static addresses.

Category: wireless networking Time: 2016-07-28 Views: 1

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