Recommendations for AP with 2 SSIDs and separation of network traffic
Here's the scenario:
A small office of 16 PCs and one Windows 2003 "do-it-all" (DC, DHCP, DNS, file server). There's a Netgear ADSL router and a couple of switches into which all of the PCs and server are connected.
I've been asked to investigate installing an AP but have two SSIDs - one hidden for Staff that allows them to use a laptop on the domain and a second separate SSID for Visitors that goes straight to the switch --> router --> internet so they can't see or access domain resources.
I guess I could possibly recommend two APs (one for each SSID) and more hardware so I'd have two separate networks, but are there any APs that are sufficiently intelligent to do what I want? I guess it would involve VLANs (I'm happy configuring wired VLANs on Cisco kit but I figure that would be a very expensive route for such a small office).
Finally, I would envisage having up to 6 connected to the AP so hope that only one AP would be required at present. I don't really want to go down the infamous Ruckus (etc.) route as that would also be more expensive than the organisation would be able to stand.
Any suggestions for suitable kit?