I have a (kickstarted) Omnia running the latest firmware.
I’ve Just spent over an hour getting lost in the Luci interface and I think it’s time to admit defeat…
I want to create a new WiFi access point called “IoT_House”
…which will allow connections (eg. Shelly/Sonoff relays) on both 2.4 and 5 GHz (**later devices will also connect via Ethernet Port-1; but that is a future requirement)
…This AP will have its own IP range (192.168.99.0/24)
…Each client will be allocated a Static DHCP IP address (based on MAC) in the range 192.168.99.16-250
…Each client will be able to access [a] the internet, and [b] any client in the range 192.168.99.1-15 (ie. home automation servers) - but will NOT be able to see other IoT clients (1-15)
…ANY device on this network (192.168.99.0/24) can be accessed from ANY device on the ‘main’ (admin) network (172.16.16.0/24)
…CERTAIN devices on this network (eg. bathroom light) can be accessed from ANY device on the ‘guest’ network (10.10.10.0/24)
The “admin” and “guest” networks are already setup by Foris.
I figure I need to create an access point … bind it to the relevant interfaces (wifi now + lan1 later) … configure static DHCP … and set up a bunch of firewall rules for isolation/routing
…But how to actually achieve that using Luci (or worse still, by editing config files via SSH) is eluding me
I’m really hoping the community here can help me to get this working.
Thanks in advance for any advice,