We recently upgraded to a proper firewall, with some help from this community, and are now looking to repurpose our RV260w as a wireless access point. I tried already, but I was trying to use the WAN port, and I feel like perhaps it's never going to work that way.
Could I not connect the WAN port to anything, and just connect one of the LAN ports to my inside interface on the 5508-x (which is currently doing our routing and DHCP). If at all possible I'd like the wireless clients connected via the RV260W to get DHCP addresses from the 5508-X. This seems like it won't work.
I suppose another option would be to VLAN the RV260W traffic and join it on the 5508-X. I don't know yet whether the RV260w will allow an RFC1918 address on the WAN port though.
Any thoughts on either of the options I laid out?
EDIT: Basic rundown of final configuration:
- NEW vlan on ASA to handle the "guest" wifi traffic at a lower security setting, with DHCP enabled for a different subnet
- Added the VLAN to the trunk port between the 260w and the ASA on the switch.
- Connected nothing to the WAN on the 260w, and added both wifi's (employee and guest) attached to the appropriate VLAN id's as configured on the ASA and the switch.
- Pushed both VLANs out the trunk I made on LAN1 of the 260w.