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Router RV130 - VLANS

rv130 vlan

Can someone help me with this?

I have one rv130 router configured with the above VLAN settings.

Suprisingly when i ping 192.168.100.x from one pc conected to switch on port 2 of router i receive response.

I have no inter VLAN routing configured. All i want is to have two separate VLANS 100 and 200, each one with different ports and no traffic between them.

Regards

joao 

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VIP Purple

Is the router connected to

Is the router connected to both VLANs?

New Member

Yes, the router is conected

Yes, the router is conected to VLAN 100 in port 1, and connected to VLAN 200 in port 2.

The wan port is connected to CPE Device ( Cisco 1941) from ISP provider.

Joao

VIP Purple

Then it seems most likely

Then it seems most likely that the traffic was simply routed between the two VLANs by the router.  You can prove this by unplugging the router and seeing if the ping stops working.

You'll need access lists on the router to limit the traffic between the VLANs.

New Member

Yes, the traffic is beeing

Yes, the traffic is beeing routed between two vlans, but the option "inter VLAN routing..." is disabled !!

This router has no option to create access lists.

Joao

VIP Purple

It is not the switch doing

It is not the switch doing the routing, hence the "inter vlan routing" option has no impact.  It is the router that is plugged in that is doing the routing.

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