Thanks to the help from the people in this forum, I was able to set up a guest network that can connect to the internet only.
(see: Need help understanding how VLANs, Ports, Interfaces, and Adapters work together)
But now I’ve noticed the guest network is way too slow for the things I need to do with it:
I will attend some class starting tomorrow, and it will be from home in a virtual classroom with webcam, screen sharing and so on. They’ve sent me a laptop that arrived on Friday. As it is a laptop where I do not have admin rights and with software I did not install, I do not want to connect it to the same network as my own computers.
Today, I wanted to prepare everything for tomorrow, and I ran an internet speed test on the school laptop (speedof.me). As the results were so bad, I re-ran the test with my own computer. First connected to my normal network, then the same computer on the guest network.
Normal: Download 35 Mbps / Upload 2,9 Mbps
Guest: Download 1.5 Mbps / Upload 0,1 Mbps
I looked at luci as well as foris, but could not find any place where some speed restriction can be configured. But I’ve noticed something else: After manually configuring the guest network according to the advice given in my other thread, foris won’t recognize the guest network anymore: In foris, the option is not checked. Maybe some interference between the things foris is doing and luci has something to do with it.
Now, I’m stuck. I hope I’m not forced to connect the school laptop to my normal network because of this.
Thanks and Regards,