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Jul 31, 2012

I have two dir655 routers that are connected. The second router is not setup as a wireless access point, but I am open to that if it will work. The second one is going to serve as a public wifi in a business, with a separate SSID. The first one is going to handle the local business network, with its NAS and printers. How would I prevent the public wifi from accessing the first router?

I have tried the guest wifi partition setting, however it still allows access to the lan devices on the first router. It does partition with the second router properly though, but thats not worth anything to me cause there are no lan devices on the 2nd router.

Would it work right if I turn the 2nd router into a access point, disable the dhcp server, and set it up with the guest wifi partition?

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Verizon DSL connectivity..static IP

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