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by anonymous

Hi Support Team,

I want to use LAN 2 and LAN 3 in to different networks.

LAN 2: 192.168.1.XXX

LAN 3: 192.168.100.XXX

WAN : 192.168.2.XXX

The RUT950 should work in both networks as a router.

Could you please support me in this case?

Kind regards,


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by anonymous


This can be achieved using VLAN functionality. Firstly, you would need to go to WebUI Network -> VLAN section and create a new VLAN by pressing the add button, then select which port will belong to which VLAN. Let’s say you want the 3’rd LAN port for your second LAN IP, then you would select on VLAN ID 3 LAN 3 and Untagged and on VLAN ID 1 you would select LAN3 as Off. That would allow anything connected to LAN 3 port on the router only connect to network. There are more VLAN options, that you can read about in our wiki: this implementation is the easiest one.

Next, you would need to create and additional LAN interface in WebUI Network -> Interfaces in the bottom write the name and press add, in the popup windows as protocol select Static, write down the network address off the second LAN interface, based on your post, that would be and mask as 255.255.255,0, then press Setup DHCP server. In physical setting tabs select the interface as eth0.3 where the 3 means the created VLAN ID. After that press Save & Apply at the bottom. You can read more here:



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