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Setting up VLAN's on Miktotik equipment

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I'm new to VLANs and am trying to figure out how to do something if possible.

I have a MikroTik rB2011UiAS-2HnD-IN setup and working.  I have a fiber link connected to another building with a RB260GSP switch that has a RB912UAG-2HPnD-OUT Outdoor AP attached.

I can get the AP to talk to the router on the non VLAN Network.  I am trying (if possible) to add a guest network on the AP and have it use the Internet on the RB2011.   I can create a Virtual AP on the Outdoor AP and get DHCP from it but it won't route to the Internet.

I also tried creating the VLAN on both devices but not sure why they will not "talk" to each other.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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By non VLAN network, I'm going to assume you meant default VLAN.

There are a couple of things to consider here.
NAT
Route
Access list

Check the configurations of the above. Network diagrams provide better picture of what you're trying to explain. It'll be awesome if you can provide a sketch to include all devices used for the connection and how they are connected
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