So we have a Windows Server, an ADSL connection and a bunch of routers.
I want to arrange things so that we have essentially two grades of internet access. One grade available to wireless devices that are 'non-official' spads and sphones. The other grade is for authorised devices, laptops, wired pcs, sphones and spads.
Also, the unauthorised devices should not be able to see our LAN at all.
I was thinking of configuring a firewall router so that some of our wireless APs cannot see the network and have QoS on their internet access. See diagram below (if it shows up - fingers crossed!)
Is there a simpler solution? And which device is best for this arrangement? I was looking at a FVs318n, but I really want a throughput of more 100Mb/s for when (if) we get UFB,and at least 1Gb/s firewall (high packet throughput). We don't want to spend much more than $500 on the firewall.
BTW - most of this is existing, we have two SG300s as firewalls currently serving to two ADSL connections using gateways at the server. We are reducing to one ADSL connection...
Maybe you know a network pro who can configure this for us at a reasonable rate, otherwise any advice is great.