separate wlan and LAN into different subnets with a (configurable) firewall inbetween. That should allow even the situation where th B3 runs just as a server (over LAN in the internal net) and offer guests a wireless access in a subnet.
Or even setup a true DMZ when used as a router with a secure network on eth1 and a DMZ network on wlan0.
Best regards, Ingo
UNIX is user friendly, it's just picky about who its friends are.
You can do it yourself. Just go into /etc/network/interfaces and create separate entries for eth1 and wlan0 to replace interface br0.
The problem with this scheme is that it complicates firewall configuration such that building a comprehensive web interface to control it (like the current one) may not be possible. I doubt that Excito will be jumping to this occasion.
...or to complicate things even further: The ultimate thing here would be having different SSID's with different networks. Connect to network "guest" and get only Internet access or connect to network "internal" and get full access.
I know it's not possible with current hardware, but that would be the coolest