I'm trying to set up a network for a small business which will have different offices, and so I want to separate them all by VLAN so that they cann't access each other's files. The problem is that I can't access the internet from any of the VLANs, including the default.
The RV042G router is connected to the internet through the WAN1 port and has a static IP address of 10.4.1.1. I enables multiple subnets and added one for each of the VLANs (1 - admin, 10, 20, 30, 100 - guest). I also created static routes to the SG300 switch, which has an IP address of 10.4.1.2, 10.4.10.2, etc. The switch is in Layer 3 mode and is functioning as the DHCP server. I also have a wireless access point set up that broadcasts an SSID for each VLAN, however this is not the issue since no internet connection can be established wirelessly or with a wired connection.
I am fairly certain it has something to do with the data not being correctly routed through from the internet to the client, however I can't seem to find what is configured incorrectly. If anyone could offer some suggestions it would be appreciated. Please let me know if you need more info, I have attached some of the configuration screens for reference.
It quite hard to visualise your setup and configuration -However looking at your posts it seems like your router is running in host mode and not router mode
In the advanced routing section can you try enabling ip routing?
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Thanks for the suggestion, but I changed it from Gateway to Router and this didn't fix the problem, still no internet access.
I have a cabel modem box that connects to the RV042G through WAN1, and then the RV042G connects to the SG300 through port 1 on the RV042G. On the RV042G, this port is set to VLAN1, while the port on the SG300 is set as a trunk port. The SG300 is then assigning IP addresses to the clients. It has 4 different VLANs created that go to different offices. Does this help you understand the setup any better?
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