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How about a secondary bridge/extender just for the Joey? Should be a minimal $20-$30 investment and allow you to keep the Joey on the house LAN and the Control4 on its own existing LAN. The Joey just won't connect once you've left the driveway (or general range of the extender).
Alternatively, you could re-purpose "Router 2" as a bridge and add another "Router 3" for the Control4 setup in the RV, ... the Control 4 setup would access the internet from "Router 2" but maintain its own LAN. The Control4 setup would be Double-NAT, but it sounds like it already is in the current configuration (at least when connected to the home internet) so it probably wouldn't be an issue.
There are a few combinations of the above that would work too (extender with 2 ethernet ports, one directly to the Joey, one to "Router 2") but I'm not sure they gain anything over the two base configurations I mentioned above.
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Last edited by Stephen Hopkins; 06-24-2019 at 11:22 AM.