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Help with providing a hybrid wired / wireless internet access

By georgie_bouy ·
We have a running infrastructure providing wired and wireless internet access to all our users using a dedicated leased line. Now comes this the issue, This set up was done by a company using their gateway with the APs on different VLAN than the wired connections. For legal / technical reason, the company will cease providing its services and we are left to figure out a quick and simple way to provide internet to all users using the existing equipment. We will have to look at another company to provide a stable solution for the same but until then have to ensure services go uninterrupted.

Now for the question - What would be the easiest way to provide internet using what we have and possibly investing in some additional hardware (if we have to). We do not need any sort of authentication and internet access is to be provided free of cost. Our team has a week to come up with a solution before the company pulls the plug. I'll be happy to provide any information regarding the existing hardware line speed, Please help! F1 F1 F1

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