we're planning a small private network for our holiday appartments. Therefore we get a Cisco Small Buisiness Switch SG200-18 from a friend. We have created 6 diffrent VLANs on it. But it seems that we need a router do to the routing of our cable connection to the WAN. Is it possible to connect the WRVS4400N to that switch and configure multiple subnets for that vlans? Or how can i do that? I have add a drawing for better understanding.
It would be nice if someone can give me a hint for that ...
The RV220W is about a year old and the WRVS4400N has been around for several years. The RV220W has many more features including much better IPv6 support and up to 16 VLANs. If you are looking for a router that will get you through the next several years, the RV220W is probably a much better choice. It is of course more expensive, so this should be factored into your decision as well.
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