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I'm running SBS 2003 Premium. We have 4 other buildings in our small complex, 3 of which are used as sleeping/living quarters for researchers. I'd like to let them use our internet access to surf the internet, do email, etc. in their off-time, but am worried about security, etc. I presently have the wireless extension as part of the network, and all are users in some form of the LAN. What's a better way to do this? A separate wireless network with a router?
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I'd like to have both; my DHCP server to handle the LAN and DHCP from the router for the dormitory residents ONLY.
I don't know how to do this.