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    • pcdoc
      Close.  I have one WAN port, 2 physical LAN ports (original family separation), and 2 VLAN ports (One guest and one IOT).  I included a diagram from my site to better illustrate my config.   https://thedocsworld.net/home-network/  
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      A tutorial on repairing Antminer S9, this video looks very simple, I don't know if I can learn it, can someone help me? https://youtu.be/yAiaHwRkrC4
    • Jason
      No worries. That helps. So your actual system has a single WAN and LAN ports (physical), but each VLAN is bound to that same physical LAN port, correct?
    • pcdoc
      Good observation and sorry about the confusion but the video was done from the test environment.  Port 3 on my Sophos router is 192.168.20.xxx not the 10.0.0.1 on my actual system.  The VLAN is on 192.168.200.xxx.  I used different ranges on the video as my test enviorment is setup a bit different.  Every NIC physical or VLAN is on a different IP range.  I hope that makes more sense.
    • Jason
      It’s going to take me some time to digest this. I noticed your physical NIC Port 3 in Sophos is a LAN with static IP 10.0.0.1 with NM 255.255.255.0 (/24). And that’s also the port to which you’re binding the VLAN ID 200.

      Are you able to show the settings for NIC Port 3 within Sophos? Am trying to connect dots between a 10.0.0.1 / 255.255.255.0 LAN port (is DHCP enabled?) and a VLAN ID 200 mapped to Port 3 with a 192.168.200.1 /24 address.

      For example, how does LAN port 3 get access to the internet (or your WAN Port)? How does it get access to your actual LAN for WiFi devices on Ubiquiti AC Pro that aren’t IoT?

      Thanks for your knowledge and patience.

      OK. I’m just trying to have 3 WiFi networks broadcast in the area. Call them SSIDs home, guest and IoT. Only devices connected to the IoT SSID should be isolated to VLAN ID 200 for example.

      Devices connected to Home SSID would be my personal devices (trusted).

      Am using Ubiquiti guest isolation on the guest SSID for now. Seems alright. Only have a couple users on it. Perhaps once I’m tracking this IoT VLAN config, I’ll then create a VLAN 300 Guest, etc.
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