I want use a D-link Dir-600 router that will sit behind a Cisco router with 2 vlans

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I have an application where I have setup a Cisco 1841 router with 2 vlan connection's, I want to setup a wireless D-link DIR-600 wireless router on one of vlans so visiting venders can get to the internet without being on my network. Do I need to setup the D-Link router with any VLan settings other than the ip address range of the intended vlan ip range? 

 

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Software/Hardware used:
Cisco 1841 router, Cisco Vlan enabled Switch and a D-link dir-600 wireless router

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No, and I guess from the way you asked the question, this is what you thought was the answer :-)

By connecting it to one of the VLANs on the Cisco, it, and anyone connecting to the wireless network, is in that VLAN as well.

Only if you wanted both VLANs to be available in the wireless network, would you then configure the connection from the wireless router to the Cisco as a VLAN trunk, and create two SSID, one for each VLAN.

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