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RV180 and NAT between VLANs

I have an RV180 as gateway and router for four VLANs, including adm VLAN.

The setup is:

VLAN1 - 192.168.1.0/24 - admin

VLAN10 - 192.168.2.0/24 - wired

VLAN30 - 10.1.1.0/24 - WLAN

VLAN31 - 10.1.2.0/24 - guest WLAN

The RV180 has an external IP and all traffic out is NATed through the external interface. So far so good.

What I don't understand is why all traffic between VLANs also seems to bet NATed. If I connect to a host in the wired VLAN10 from a WLAN client on VLAN30 the traffic gets NATed with the RV180s IP address in the wired subnet. Is there any way to avoid this?

The RV180 is configured in NAT routing mode. Will putting it in router mode and having explicit access rules with NAT for outgoing traffic fix my issue?

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RV180 and NAT between VLANs

Hello Asbjorn, under wireless -> Basic settings,  did you enter the VLAN ID for the ssid?

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RV180 and NAT between VLANs

This is the RV180, not RV180W, so no wireless.

Both WLANs are handled by a WAP321, and are assigned the corresponding VLAN IDs.

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