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the ISP router needs to have a route to the 192.168.10.0/24 subnet via the RV320. The RV320 needs a default route via the ISP router. You need firewall rules in the RV320 permitting or denying communication between the VLANs and to/from the Internet. Note that as long as the ISP router is inside your LAN, your clients can just as well use that router. A ...


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