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My network is as follows
Modem > router with one wan port, one LAN port> switch
I want to separate my wireless from my main network. Right now I'm using two unfi ap's
Can this be done with only one LAN port? If so how?
where is the XG located?
If you use Sophos AP or XG "w" model you can have 8 different SSID and have all of them separated.
In reply to lferrara:
It's located in my home. It's a mini pc I'm using for the sophos xg. It's not a sophos appliance.
Thank you for the help
In reply to brock eldridge:
you can implement VLAN on XG LAN interface, but you need a switch that is capable of managing VLAN. In this way, you can create another LAN inside XG with the IP used by unifi AP and separate the users.
If you have multiple NIC on your XG (at least 3) you can use the third NIC as an additional LAN (with another IP/Subnet address) and manage the Wi-fi users separately.
This is the switch I'm using
Will that work for vlan on LAN . I only have one LAN port
Thank you again
this is an unmanaged switch, so no VLAN capable.