troubleshooting Question

Gues wifi needs different vlan

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Hi guys,

I got a dlink router DSR1000N
And got dlink switch dgs1510
And got dlink access points

I got 2 ssid- admin and guest
I want to setup 2 networks for vlan1 admin and vlan5 guest

So I created 2 vlan in switch and connected it to dlink router. So connecting ports from switch to router are as trunk.

And which ever port from switch connecting to access point I made it as - vlan1 untag and vlan5 as tag. So is this setup correct ??  
Just want to make sure before trying it in a live environment
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Scott Silva
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