Is it possible to use the Optus supplied modem/router to create segregated networks on my home network? If so, how do I find out how to do it?
Thanks for your reply. I just want to keep one IoT device isolated from the rest of my network to avoid possibility of hacking the network via this device. The modem I have does have Client Isolation for each wireless network so I was thinking - could I make sure all my devices except the IoT is on one wireless n/w and isolate both of them? I guess the best solution is to just configure VLANs but I don't think that is possible on my modem.
Thanks for the answer. I want to isolate an IoT device from my other devices (laptops, phone, printer etc.) so that they are secure from hacking via that device. VLANs are the best way i guess but my modem doesn't seem to support them. It does support Client Isolation which might work? Or do I need to buy a new router that does support VLAN?
VLANs are the best way i guess but my modem doesn't seem to support them. It does support Client Isolation which might work?
Client Isolation/Guest Networks are VLAN, just pre-configured. Routers usually have those advertised as features for wifi only.