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RV220W VLAN/Routing question (setting up guest network)

I've added two wireless networks to my RV220W. One is meant for guests and should only allow them to go outside on the WAN. But I'm struggling how to set this up.

I have created a second VLAN (192.168.3.xxx) and assigned the 'guest network' to it. But how do I configure my RV220W such that these guests can only go to the WAN? And how do I mix this with the fact that NAT between the external WAN and the internal LAN is to the 192.168.2.xxx range? Can I do this at all?

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Please try disabling the inter-VLAN routing of the guest VLAN.

Both VLANs will share the same WAN connection to reach the internet, i.e. both subnets are NATed.

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Please try disabling the inter-VLAN routing of the guest VLAN.

Both VLANs will share the same WAN connection to reach the internet, i.e. both subnets are NATed.

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Thanks a lot. What was not clear to me from the manual was that each VLAN is NATted, so I was thinking along the lines that I had to create VLAN's with a subnet as a part of the default VLAN subnet. But this is very clear. I now have a secondary VLAN connected to a secondary SSID which cannot share the other VLAN's, in effect: a guest network on my Wireless.