Sonic Wall Setup vlans, multiple wifi channels

Uverse: 195.10.10.105
Sonic Wall TZ300w: 195.10.10.106 (gateway address: 192.168.1.1 for private subnet over x0 lan port)

I want to setup a guest wifi channel on the sonic wall that has no access to the 1.1 network
Then, I want to setup a hidden wifi channel on the sonic wall that has access to the 1.1 network.

Should I setup vlans for this?

vlan 1 - default  - guest wifi
vlan 2 - private subnet assign to 2nd wifi channel.

I would like to set this up all behind the sonic wall, but If I can't have 2 channels, I suppose I can set a guest network up on the ATT router, although I would rather not do this.  

Could someone walk me through the sonic wall setup?
tike55Asked:
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masnrockCommented:
Should you create VLANs? Yes.

I believe that you would need to create a virtual AP, and bind that to the guest wireless VLAN. Here is a knowledgebase article from Sonicwall that basically give you everything you need: https://www.sonicwall.com/en-us/support/knowledge-base/170505720584729

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tike55Author Commented:
thanks,

Do I need to define the vlans in any other place?  Would I need to define 1 or 2 vlans?  Could you walk me thru the vlan portion of the setup?
masnrockCommented:
It depends. If VLAN1 is going to be your main network (which I assume it is), then the answer is no unless you are planning to connect something that is wired to that VLAN. Or if you are installing an AP somewhere that needs to push out a signal to it.
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tike55Author Commented:
1 vlan would be for wireless/guest

1 vlan would be a separate private internal network that has both wireless and  hard wired -ethernet
tike55Author Commented:
Do I need to define the  vlans in any other place? Could you walk me thru setting up the Vlans, then I will setup the virtual APs.
masnrockCommented:
Sorry, I forgot to clarify one major detail. When you're in the process of doing things for that guest wireless network per the article I gave you, you will actually be prompted to create the new VLAN in the process. So you won't actually need to create the second VLAN anywhere else.
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