I need help with setting up a VLAN correctly. I have a WRVS4400N V2 with the latest firmware. Here is what I am trying to achieve:
I want to setup 1 SSID for my office staff to access the Internet and our servers with and a second SIDD for visitors to access the Internet only with.
I have everything setup and working fine for the office. All of our portable devices can access the Internet and our servers. Now I need to setup a public SSID, I am not sure what I need to do to make it where devices attach to it can only see the Internet. I assume I need to create a VLAN and attach it to the SSID, but the documentation on the VLAN settings is not clear and I already locked myself out once trying to set one up. Can someone give me some advice?
Is there any good documentation on how to configure VLAN's with this router? I have some other situations that a VLAN to segregate ports would also be helpful. There are times I would like to keep traffic from one area of the building from crossing the physical ports on the router and competing with other high traffic areas during special events.
I just recently had the same experience. What needs to be done is to simply create a second VLAN, then assign the "Public" SSID to it. You can leave the VLAN config at the default settings, buit there is a setting that needs to be changed that is a little hard to find. You need to goto "setup", then "advanced routing". At the bottom of the page is a setting for "Inter-VLAN Routing". This needs to be disabled in order to keep the two VLANS seperated from each other.
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