We are using Ubiquiti Edge router and Unifi APs to route multiple SSIDs to
I am sure (since Unifis can handle VLANs very well) that pfSense can be used.
We are using pfSense VLANs to route multiple WANs from one NIC.
> On 27 Νοε 2015, at 02:37 π.μ., John Johnstone
> On Nov 24, 2015, at 10:50 AM, Steve Yates wrote:
>> Steve Yates wrote on Tue, Nov 24 2015 at 9:28 am:
>>> We haven't used wireless with pfSense yet. The manuals for the
>>> hardware models don't seem to mention how to set up the optional
>>> wireless. The doc site suggests not using wireless in pfSense?
>>> nt) It also says that some cards can handle multiple SSIDs
>>> (https://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Wireless_Interfaces). Does anyone
>>> know if pfSense's hardware models support multiple SSIDs?
> I haven't used wireless with pfSense. From what I've glanced at in the
> freebsd-questions mailing list, wireless with FreeBSD is very much a hit or
> miss situation. I'd definitely stick with an external access point.
> My company has a D-Link DAP-2660. It's not running through pfSense though.
> It has multiple SSID capability although we're not using it. You can
> configure each SSID to a VLAN. It only gets light use and works well.
> John J.
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