I've tried to use a Small Business RV320 to setup a transparent bridge, for someone not wanting to divide a subnet. It's acting very buggy. This is my first time with an RV router, and without CLI, I'm finding it hard to troubleshot. I have the bridge going between WAN1 and the LAN. The MAC table seems to be built by the WAN side only.
Is there any version of show mac-address-table for the RV routers? Any method of customize bridging operations?
Secondly, the WAN is hooked to a hub, which is hooked to a polling server. The server keeps the MAC table updated. Oddly, the WAN port seems to absorb all packets in the subnet, causing no communication between the poller and polled machines on the WAN-side hub.
The router's GUI has a transparent bridge setting, but I don't exactly know what it's setting up. Anyone with RV router advice?
With the exception of a DNS server, exactly that. It's a simple GUI with little room for error. I'm not sure there is much I could do differently. I've found little docs on transparent bridges for the RV-series, except for the above instructions. It still only builds the bridge table on the WAN port, and the WAN still absorbs subnet traffic. Weird.
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