I have not worked with the lower end routers, so I am working on a hunch. I have a dlink wireless router handing out addresses through dhcp for public access. I also have my private network on a switch with a server handing out addresses. I would like to conect both of these through the RVS4000 but keep them segregated. If I VLAN the two ports on the switch side of the RVS4000 but do not enable inter-VLAN routing, will this router act as the gateway for both of those subnets? The wireless router is not capable of tagging the traffic as part of a VLAN. I can set VLANs on the switch and trunk it to the router, if this router can handle that. Your thought would be appreciated. If you have better ideas, I would welcom eth esuggestions. I have not purchased this router; I am in the design phase. Budget is an issue.
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