I think that I misunderstood the issue that you are experiencing. I understood that only VLAN 3 was able to reach the gateway/internet because you did not have a trunk. I still recommend leaving VLAN 1 Untagged and all other VLANs Tagged on the ports that connect the router. VLAN 1 is typically the default and management VLAN, you could change it to anything and it would not matter. For simplicity VLAN 1 is best.
Please clarify what the actual issue is. "Often internet access over WLAN is not possible on "Guests network" (but connection to the network can mostly be established)"
Do you mean that the guest network can sometimes access the internet but not always?
Also, "The private networks can't be accessed at all."
Does this mean that wireless clients connected to the VLAN 1 SSID cannot access the wired resources on VLAN 1?
- the clients can connect to the network over WLAN, get an IP and become part of the network
- Mostly the clients will also have internet access over this network but sometimes they don't and I need to restart #2 and sometimes even #1 so that the guest clients have internet access again. At the same time clients connected via Ethernet to #1 never loose internet access. The occasional reboot of the RV110W is only required because of the clients connected to the Guests network "VLAN3" not being able to access the internet.
- the clients can't connect to this network at all through WLAN. No WLAN connection can be established. On the iPhone for example I get a message saying "Unable to join the network".
I hope you now understand the issue. Otherwise don't hesitate to ask again.
The intermittent internet issue sounds like a corrupt configuration or bad hardware. If the routers were configured wrong you wouldn't see internet access at all on the guest network.
Regarding the private LAN, creating a trunk between the routers should allow access to the WLAN.
I would set up an SSID on Building A router (VLAN 1) and see if you can connect to rule out any issue with that router. Also, make sure that the SSID on Building B router is associated to VLAN 1 for private LAN.
You may want to open a case with support to have someone take a look at the configurations. That would be the fastest and easiest way to resolve all issues. You can find a number to call at the following URL:
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