Probably with your other network gear by disabling some network traffic from other devices. I’m not privy to your network details and Bome support really doesn’t cover networking issues. From the network perspective, BomeBox is a simple network router.
Within Bomebox, however the only way to ensure this is to put the WiFi and the Ethernet on separate networks.
For instance, as the BomeBox comes from the factory, the WiFi is set up as a Hotspot (Network 192.168.153.1 and Ethernet is set up as a DHCP client.
Any traffic you want to send to WiFi, connect via DHCP to the BomeBox SSID.
Anything that you want ethernet, you can use the network address assigned by the in-house router or if you don’t have an in-house router, then set up ethernet on the BomeBox as a DHCP master and it will hand out IP addresses to the other computers.
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