Ive got a setup where im using 5 x Ubquity UAP AC PROs as wireless access points. The rest of the wired network is connected straight from the smart switch (Netgear GS716T), via a patch panel, to a mixture of AV / TV devices (sonos, TVs, set top boxes etc) and in wall cat6 sockets.
Im going to add some of the cat6 sockets to a VLAN and filter their traffic via openDNS. (the rest of them and the AV / TV devices will be unfiltered). This will be done via the smart switch.
For the wireless network im going to setup a main and a guest network. The main network will be unfiltered and the guest network will be filtered through openDNS.
This is where ive got the issue, the wireless (main & guest) network is setup and managed via the Ubquity controller, but i cant setup DNS filtering through there, this needs to be done on the network smart switch. As the each wifi access points would be plugged into a port, that port would be filtered or not, because both the guest and and main network go through that port, both the guest and the main network would then have the same filtering.
Is there a way i could tag / identify the wireless guest network so although both the main the guest wireless network are running through the same port only the guest wireless traffic would be filtered and not the main wireless traffic ?
Could this be done by targeting the SSID or some other method ?