We have a very standard setup with a Windows Server 2003 domain controller issuing IP addresses using DHCP. This works fine.
Internet access is managed via Microsoft ISA Server 2006 Standard. Clients are required to authenticate and this works fine.
We now need to provide wireless internet access to visitors for laptops, iPhones etc.
We've bought a couple of Netgear access points so I was thinking we might be able to issue wireless clients connected to it with an IP address on a different subnet and then allow non-authenticated Internet access via the ISA Server for that IP range.
Does that sound plausible? I'm not even sure if I can issue a different subnet to wireless clients.