We are attempting to create a wireless network on top of a wired network. The wireless network is will enable clinicians to use wireless devices (tablets) when seeing patients. The wired network has a DHCP server.
We will create a separate VLAN to support this entitled "POC". When we add an wireless access point (commercial grade linksys wireless routers), what is the proper configuration with regards to:
DHCP on the wireless router: should this be disabled? Why/Why not?
When configuring the VLAN on the wireless router, should this be untagged or tagged for the POC vlan? I read here VLAN for WiFi traffic separation (new to VLANing) that the wireless access point should be untagged with port configured for POC. However, it's not clear to me why.