I have a CISCO RV042 in a network with 2 subnets 192.168.1.x and 192.168.2.x and I want multiple DHCP on both subnets. How can I do that?
If I use a second router for the second subnet (192.168.2.x) to use its DHCP. The bandwith management will work? Do I need port VLANs?
The network is like this:
The RV042 is the main router thru it we acces the internet, it also suplies DHCP 192.168.1.x, I enabled multiple subnet for 192.168.2.x.
The reason I want 2 subnets is beacause I have 2 acces points for wireless clients and I want to use rate control on WAN with bandwith management from RV042 too give wired clients more bandwith than wireless clients.
I know that RV042 doesn't supply multiple dhcp like RV180,but I needed dual WAN.
You can use a second router only as DHCP server for the second subnet. On it you need to configure static root that the default rout (0.0.0.0) has a gateway the LAN IP of RV042-(192.168.2.x ). This way the second subnet will use internet from RV042.
RV042 does not support interVLAN routing. This means that it cannot manage access from the first subent to the second. If you need such access your second router should support it
LAN ports on RV042 does not support trunk. Which means that you need to have 2 ports on the switch, connected to 2 ports on RV042. Each port configured Access, untagged (for the respective suben 1 or 2)
Theoreticaly it should work with one cable from the switch to the router and the switch port configured as General, VLAN1 untagged and VLAN2 untagged.
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