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We use a fios-quantum-gateway-router since 2018. I needed to buy another network extender so that a new smart device in the kitchen would work -- the FIOS router's guest network wouldn't work reliably that far.
The new Netgear (EX2800) extender has two SSIDs. I used one for a new 'guest' network only for smart devices near it, as don't want device companies snooping our other network data.
( https://www.netgear.com/support/product/ex2800.aspx )
I am far from a networking export.
How may I limit access of the current smart-home device in the kitchen so it is separated from rest of network?
Thanks in advance
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Would upgrading to a G3100 and adding an E3200 be doable?
Deferring to you, that would probably work, but be expensive for the small risk