This is the situation.
This is a new senior living facility. They have no IT department, and we proposed a wireless network with a resident, guest , and management SSID, as we have done in the past. We provide a firewall and leave the assumption of security to the individual end user.The management company , who has an IT department, has requested a separate login and password for each of the 75 units. I explained to them that the beaconing would eat up space and they stated that my competition said that they could deliver this. After doing some research, I found this:https://support.ruckuswireless.com/answers/000001983
Resolution To restrict broadcasting of WLANs on specific APs we can use the WLAN groups.
1. Create WLAN group Under Configure > WLANs - WLAN Groups
Enter name and select the WLANs that are required to be broadcast (if
you do not need them to broadcast uncheck them) and click OK. Please
note that you can only check max of 27 SSIDs under each WLAN group.
3. Go to Configure > Access Points. Edit the required AP using its MAC address.
4. Look for WLAN Group with the drop down and you can select the WLAN group you had created and click Ok
5. If you want to assign this WLAN group to a specific AP group, you have to edit the AP group instead.
The Number of WLAN groups that can be created depends on the ZoneDirector Model.
So based upon this information, I proposed the above question.
Without creating a domain and associating users to Active Directory, which would require some processing power, a PC or server, I was asking the question based upon the above information found on the ruckus support forum page.
So, if anyone has a solution for this situation, please chime in..