Isolating IPad From Rest Of Network

Apr 27, 2012

My home network is up to now all hard-wired, nothing shared etc.I just got an ipad though, so do want to have wireless available now. I would like the ipad wireless router to be isolated so that the desktops run no risk from getting a virus via the ipad wireless connection.So, I was going to buy another router - would I be able to plug that into the wired router, and the desktop also plugged into the wired router, would that keep every part of the network isolated from the others?

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