I am trying to create a VLAN on a Cisco RV325 router and not being successful.
The main (VLAN1) IP range is 192.168.100.100-.149. There are several IPsec Tunnels to clients on this R325 router.
I connected a Cisco RV082 router to port number 7 of the RV325 router.
I am using the default VLAN 25 that came with the router.
I have set it (in DHCP) to 192.168.2.11 (Built-in was 192.168.2.1).
I turned DCHP OFF as I wish the RV082 router on port number 7 to provide DHCP.
I connected a regular Ethernet cable from RV325 port number 7 to (a) a LAN port on the RV082 and (b) the WAN (not DMZ) port of the RV082.
I set the RV082 LAN to 192.168.2.11 and gave it an internal IP range of 192.168.35.100-192.168.35.149
I hooked up a computer by Ethernet to a LAN port on the RV082. If (a) above, then the computer gets a 192.168.100 address. If (b) above, then the computer gets a 192.168.35 address. (a) just switches through from one LAN port to the other apparently.
I do not get any connectivity or internet on the computer hooked up to the RV082 router.
I set up VLAN Membership as shown below but I do not know it that is correct
Set up as above except I change the RV325 DHCP setting for VLAN 25 to DHCP instead of static and I changed the WAN port on the RV082 to DCHP and my RV082 subnet (192.168.35.x) came alive. All working fine.
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