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RV180 vlan - intervlan routing question

Guys,

Hopefully someone will know how I need to get this setup to work. I have 3 vlans and I want one to be accessable by the other two. But for the other two not to be able to talk.

I have 3 vlans setup:

Vlan1 -default wired machines & secured internal wireless 10.101.1.1/24

vlan2 - guest accesspoint for wireless 192.168.2.1/24

vlan9 - server vlan. 10.101.2.1/24

I made vlan9 specificly for a file server that I want to be accessable by clients in both vlan1 & 2. I enabled Inter VLAN Routing on 9 hoping it would be accessable to both vlans, but thats no the case and I have to have Inter VLAN Routing enabled on each vlan to allow them to talk to 9.

The issue is than vlan2 can talk to vlan1 which I dont want.

How should this be configured?

Thanks!!

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RV180 vlan - intervlan routing question

Enabling inter vlan routing, is all or nothing.

In your case enabling it on vlan 9 only would allow the vlan to acces all other vlans, but will keep the other vlans isolated.

I can't tell for sure if this is the same on your rv180 as it is on my rv220.

What I've done is allow inter vlan routing on all vlans but the guest vlan.

After that I made some firewall rules VLAN > VLAN to block traffic from one vlan to reach one specific vlan.

Greetings,

Rudy.

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RV180 vlan - intervlan routing question

Matt,

Rudy is correct, the Inter-VLAN routing is "all or nothing" on the RV180(W). The RV220W allows Inter-VLAN Access Rules, which is one of the features that differentiates it from the RV180(W).

- Marty

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