Got Orcon UFB Fibre and had a standard Orcon black modem which went faulty after a few months, so they just replaced it with a new Orcon White (Net Comm Wireless NF4V).
There are alot more settings in here, and the User Manual I have found for it only mentions some of them.
With the WIFI, it gives you the option to set up Guest WIFI SSID's. I have done that and no dramas, but what I dont get is how to make that SSID be on a seperate network to the main SSID.
In the old Black modem, you could easily set up 2 SSID's and allocate the network to it, say the first is 10.1.1.1 etc and the second is 192.168.1.1 etc.
I found a thing in the Advanced Setup options to get up an 'Interface Grouping', so I made one called Guest, and added the Guest WIFI Interface to it, wl0.1
I then went into LAN menu, and I could then allocate a network to 'Default' and a network to 'Guest'.
All was looking fine, anyone who connected to the Guest WIFI got the 192.x.x.x addressing, and anyone who connected to the main WIFI got the 10.x.x.x addressing.
However I then realised that anyone on the Guest WIFI had no internet access.
I went back into the grouping options and it seems you also can allocate the WAN interface to a group. But what I dont get is that you cannot allocate it to be in more than 1 group. So it seems only 1 group would ever be able to get the internet...
I am thinking I must be doing this wrong, and the Interface Grouping cant be what I want after all and there must surely be another way to do it...
I hope anyway.
Can someone assist please and point me in the right direction?
Thanks in advance