I have a RV220 installed in a local non-profit. Each of the 4 ports was assigned to a different VLAN, each of which had it's own subnet and DHCP configuration. Each of the ports is connected to a switch, 3 smaller generic switches and one large 24 port switch.
This morning I needed to change one of the port assignments. Unfortunately, the user interface has changed and I cannot understand how to keep the 4 ports isolated to specific VLANS? Based on what I am seeing, each VLAN can be configured as tagged or untagged for each port. How do I configure this to relate each port to a specific VLAN so that the correct subnet and DHCP rules can be applied?
"Excluded" is the part I was missing. The manual doesn't reference an option for excluded and I guess I didn't play long enough to notice excluded in the drop down. I thought my only option were tagged and untagged. I'll try this tonight when the network is quiet and then come back to mark this as correct.
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