I've spent several hours searching and reading through these forums, and other's I've found online, but can't find what I'm looking for. I've tried several examples on my own as well and it didn't work.
I have 3 VirtualAPs set up on my router. 1 is a hotspot, the other two are wireless networks for two different companies in the same building.
I was successfully able to setup the hotspot with no problem. Using firewall rules, I was able to block traffic to the other two APs.
My other two VirtualAPs are:
GTS - 192.168.2.1
WP - 192.168.3.1
They both have their own DHCP servers as well. They can get online and everything as far as internet access is ok.
I'm trying to keep GTS from communicating with WP. I added a drop rule in the firewall and it didn't work.
For example, for GTS in the firewall I did:
Source as 192.168.2.0/24
Destination as 192.168.3.0/24
and chose to drop.
For whatever reason, it's not dropping. When I'm on GTS I can ping anything on WPs network.
Any clue as to why the firewall rule isn't working? I'm overlooking something...
Thanks for any help/feedback. I really appreciate it.