There is the standard router - Netgear Genie. It can link each port to a VLAN, and the Wifi can be on the vlan, but my thought was to leave this agnostic of VLAN and just route traffic. It is also a DHCP - ideally just for the Guest network.
The switch is a smart switch and supports VLAN,
There are two WAPS which are HP and can also broadcast multiple SSID each on a VLAN.
In the "Company" network, there is a Windows Server 2016, which is the AD, DNS, DHCP etc for the company network. (Company - small business from home...)
The "Guest" network would be for non business users who do not need access to the Company network and should not be able to see.
(There is also CCTV, and this would be useful to segment on it's own VLAN too. but this is an issue for another day)
I have two questions:
1) Is is possible to have the DHCP server on the router level, or does it need to reside within VLAN 101. (so they are both separate to each other)
2) What VLAN tagging and PVID settings are required for the switch.
Many thanks in advance.