subnets in Archer MR200

subnets in Archer MR200
subnets in Archer MR200
2021-04-06 15:04:41 - last edited 2021-05-16 13:12:20
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Hi, I am starting with Home Assistant in a raspberry pi

I want to block all my devices internet access, and for that I would like to create 3 subnets:

 

1. Guest public network

  * for visitors wanting wifi

  - Devices have internet access but cannot talk to each other

  - no password (not that important)

  - limit traffic (even less important)

2. Private Internet network

  * wifi for my working laptop + printer

  - devices can talk to each other, they have internet access

3. Home automation network

  - Raspberry pi with internet access and allow internet incoming connections (it can be DMZ)

  - all other devices can talk to each other and the raspberry pi, but no internet access

  - devices will rarely be added or removed, so I can do all static IPs if needed

  - it must be 2.4 Ghz

 

Can something like this be achieved with an Archer MR200?

If not, which other(s) routers would you recommend to be able to build such 3 networks?


Thank you!!

 

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Re:subnets in Archer MR200 -Solution
2021-04-06 19:55:42 - last edited 2021-05-16 13:12:20

@crgarcia 

 

In MR200 you can configure something like this (without using VLANs):

 

1. Use router guest network for configuring the desired features:

 

2. Normal router behavior.

3. Use the router's Service Filtering to restrict internet access of a particular devices:

 

 

Here's your deivice manual for reference.

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Re:subnets in Archer MR200
2021-04-06 19:16:21 - last edited 2021-04-07 00:57:53
It is possible by the vlans by not at home network router.
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Re:subnets in Archer MR200 -Solution
2021-04-06 19:55:42 - last edited 2021-05-16 13:12:20

@crgarcia 

 

In MR200 you can configure something like this (without using VLANs):

 

1. Use router guest network for configuring the desired features:

 

2. Normal router behavior.

3. Use the router's Service Filtering to restrict internet access of a particular devices:

 

 

Here's your deivice manual for reference.

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Re:subnets in Archer MR200
2021-05-16 13:13:09

@jimas Any router that you recommend that could supports this?

jimas wrote

It is possible by the vlans by not at home network router.

 

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