|Explaining in detail would require experience with the TP-Link router and it's management interface. I can't speak for wanderer but I have no experience with that make.|
Besides, there's not that much to it. Create two VLAN's:
VLAN 1 = Internet
VLAN 2 = LAN only (no internet)
Assign VLAN 2 to ports of equipment you want to be only on the LAN (ie: no internet access). For clients that you want to have internet access, assign both VLAN's.
As to how to create the VLAN's and assign it to ports, that info should be in the product manual....read it.
PS: Your keyboard has a "shift" key, you should try using it. Not only would that make you look literate, it is also easier to read.
It matters not how straight the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll,
I am the master of my fate;
I am the captain of my soul.
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