Posted: Sat Oct 12, 2019 12:35 Post subject: How to separate a physical port for network segmenting?
Hi gurus! I have Linksys WRT1900ACSV2 with DD-WRT version r39144.
I have plenty of networks and one of them I have dedicated to IoT devices only. For this IoT network I have created a virtual Wifi interface, addressed it a separate SSID (called 'IoT Network'), created a bridge and assigned virtual Wifi interface into this bridge. I have also separated this network with Iptables from rest of the networks. All my wireless IoT devices are now successfully joined into this virtual interface via Wifi.
However, I have also one IoT device which doesn't have a Wifi interface. Connecting via Ethernet cable is the only choice.
How can I join this particular device also into my separated IoT network? In theory I believe I need to choose one physical Ethernet port and assign it (bridge) into my IoT network? But how do I do that in practice? Are there any instructions for this?
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Posted: Sat Oct 12, 2019 22:09 Post subject:
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