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RV110W VLANs, routing between

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Nov 6th, 2011
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Hello,


I have a NAS that I'd like to place on a seperate VLAN from my the remainder of my network using the rv110w. The rest of the network would still require connectivity to the new VLAN.


The router currently only has the default VLAN 1 configured.


How do I accomplish this? I know how to create the VLAN, but am unsure how to assign the port memberships.


Thanks!

Correct Answer by mpyhala about 5 years 9 months ago

Hi Kirk,


Thank you for posting. After you create the new VLAN, assign it to the port you desire as "Untagged". Then go to Networking-> Routing and at the bottom of the page check the box to enable Inter-VLAN Routing.

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mpyhala Mon, 11/07/2011 - 13:07
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Hi Kirk,


Thank you for posting. After you create the new VLAN, assign it to the port you desire as "Untagged". Then go to Networking-> Routing and at the bottom of the page check the box to enable Inter-VLAN Routing.

jasbryan Mon, 11/07/2011 - 16:01
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Kirk,


When you put the NAS on a Vlan and turn off inter-vlan routing no other devices will be able to communicate with your NAS. With intervlan routing it's either all or nothing. To add the LAN 2 LAN ACE/ACL's  not supported. 


Hope this helps,

Jasbryan

kirkhalyk Mon, 11/14/2011 - 12:11
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Thanks guys.


I was able to accomplish creating the VLAN's correctly and making sure I had connectivity after making sure the port/VLAN memberships were correct.


In this case I had to ensure that the VLAN I was creating was excluded from VLAN 1 and untagged for the VLAN I was creating.


Thanks

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