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Using Netgear switches to distribute internet to separate groups

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FVS318G or FVS336G both have a DMZ port, so you could use the LAN port as VLAN1 and DMZ port as VLAN2 (effectively creating two separate LANs)

The GS105E switch is not a smart switch or managed switch, so it doesn't understand VLANs or trucking. Whatever you plug into a GS105E is all part of the same flat LAN.

If you need more than two separate networks, you'll need a Cisco.

The Netgear FVS318N latest firmware seems to support VLANs, where you might be able to create more than 2 networks, but I cannot confirm this.