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I've never used YazFi before, but I understand that it could be used to achieve better security when using IoT devices. I don't plan to have a lot of those, but at the moment I have a Honeywell evohome controller that manages my programmable radiator TRV's and which connects to the internet for remote control, primarily from the dedicated mobile app. The controller doesn't need access to any devices on my LAN, so I have moved it onto Guest Network 1 (2.4Ghz band) with isolation from other devices on my LAN. The other devices are two security cameras, which store their video clips on a share on my Synology DiskStation. They do not have access to any other shares on the NAS. What I would ideally like to do is prevent the security cameras from having access to any other devices on my LAN. If this scenario is possible using YazFi, could someone tell me precisely how to set it up? My NAS has a static IP address on the LAN (xxx.xxx.xxx.200), as do a few other devices. The router is xxx.xxx.xxx.254 and the DHCP range is xxx.xxx.xxx.100 to xxx.xxx.xxx.199.