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There are different ways to achieve what you want to do, have a look at the specs:My gosh thank you so much for taking the time and effort to put all of this together. I want to get started on this right now! I have my system already installed and I have it wired in physically, but want to isolate each LAN like you have them isolated. However, one of my questions is I have the Edge Router X and it is being powered by the POE In piece. I think the reason I initially set it up like this was that my ubiquiti Long Range AP is in the ceiling. I am using the POE out to give it power.
How would you recommend getting around this? I am completely open to buying some hardware if needed. What I was thinking would be to power the Edge Router with standard AC 12V plug in. Then get a POE switch for LAN1 and that would then power the ubiquiti AP that is in the ceiling. What would be your suggestions?
You mean your AP is powered by port 4 on the ER-X? You can indeed put that port in a specific vlan. If your ER-X is powered by its port 1, you can indeed switch that "power in" towards the provided wall power supply.
So which path do you want to "change"?