said by antdude: said by nwrickert:
There are routers which support a separate guest network. That is probably the best approach...
Do these guest network still have password/key prompts to use it? I don't want neighbors/outside strangers to use my wifi.
I happen to use an older ZyXEL NBG334W router with a separate guest network function. It works very well for my usage...
The guest WLAN and private LAN/WLAN are completely isolated from one another and both are password/passphrase protected. In my case I use WPA2-Personal (aka WPA2-PSK [AES]) on both networks.--
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