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RV32x VLAN

Having to find a product to replace ISA550s as they've been discontinued I'm looking at the RV320.  All is well except I can't get VLANs to work.  In our offiec we had an ISA570W with VLAN2 setup to handle Guest traffic and provide DHCP for that LAN.  Here's the test setup:

Router:

RV32x on Firmware v1.1.0.09

     Management IP 192.168.100.1 on VLAN1

     VLANs enabled in Port Management -> VLAN Membership by checking VLAN enable box

     DHCP Server disabled on VLAN1 (IPs assigned to this VLAN by a 2008 R2 DHCP server)

     DHCP Server enabled on VLAN25 with a rane of 192.168.2.100-149

There won't be any physical ports using VLAN25 only the tagged VLAN traffic from the WAP4410Ns.

APs:

2 x WAP4410Ns on Firmware v2.0.6.1 (192.168.100.244 & 192.168.100.245 each in standard AP mode)

     VLAN1 "untagged" in the GUI (which tells me any additional VLANs should be tagged)

     SSID "Corp" asigned to VLAN1 works as expected, devices connect and pull an IP from as 2008 R2 DHCP server

     SSID "Guest" assigned to VLAN25 accepts connections but devices are unable to pull an IP

The 4410Ns are powered by PoE via a Cisco SG300-10P.  The SG300's ports are in Trunk mode.

LIke I said looking back at the ISA550 config I don't see anything special in the VLAN setup compared to the RV's setup.  The SG300's config has not been changed at all so I have to have something wrong in the RV.  The manual says the Guest & Voice VLANs in the RV are not enabled by default but the only place I see to enable a VLAN is Port Management -> VLAN Membership.  Am I missing something else?

Thanks for any help!

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Re: RV32x VLAN

           
Hi Brian,

Lets talk later this morning, and get this resolved.

But,  I hope i understand  your scenario , and i will illustrate what i think is happening by a hypothetical scenario below

Maybe the RV320   Lan port 4 has a CAT6 connecting  to switch port 10 on the SG300-10P

Maybe switch port 1 on the SG300-10P  has a CAT6 connection to the WAP4410N

You mentioned the switch is in trunk mode. It's there  by defaut in trunk mode, but  i hope you have tagged the  appropriate SG300 switch ports for VLAN25 that go to the RV and WAP ?

My understanding of the VLAN setup , using my hypothetical cabling setup, could be represented by the table below.

The router could look like the following;

lets quickly look at this in the morning.


regards

Dave

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Re: RV32x VLAN

           
Hi Brian,

Lets talk later this morning, and get this resolved.

But,  I hope i understand  your scenario , and i will illustrate what i think is happening by a hypothetical scenario below

Maybe the RV320   Lan port 4 has a CAT6 connecting  to switch port 10 on the SG300-10P

Maybe switch port 1 on the SG300-10P  has a CAT6 connection to the WAP4410N

You mentioned the switch is in trunk mode. It's there  by defaut in trunk mode, but  i hope you have tagged the  appropriate SG300 switch ports for VLAN25 that go to the RV and WAP ?

My understanding of the VLAN setup , using my hypothetical cabling setup, could be represented by the table below.

The router could look like the following;

lets quickly look at this in the morning.


regards

Dave

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