By the look of the description of the problem, you know vlans.
Make sure the switches are using the current firmware, 22.214.171.124
The easiest test to perform is to also put the following on switch two;
FE1 - VLAN 1001 Untagged
FE2 - VLAN 1002 Untagged
FE3 - VLAN 1003 Untagged
And plug a PC on FE1 of both switches, manually set the IP address to be in the same network and see if they can communicate via ping. This will prove if the wireless bridge propagates VLAN tag information.
But, I'm guessing you have a misconfiguration of the tagging of vlans or old old firmware..
You could verify the vlan configuration by looking at the following, to see if the vlan configuration is really there.
A screen shot / capture of the following page from both switches could help me.
But I left the switch ports in the default trunk mode.
This allows for one untagged vlan (default vlan) and multiple tagged vlans to exist on each switch port...perfect.
I also use wireshark to check out vlans, but had to modify my PC, to allow wireshark show me the vlan packets coming into a wireshark trace.
Believe it or not wouldn't wouldn't show me vlans, till I modified my windows registry. You might be luckier. It was a windows issue and not a wireshark issue.
You have the option if you wish to mirror port 8 on switch 1 and 2 to check if vlan tagged packets, even arp frames are coming over to/from the wireless bridge.
To me it seems like you need to do a bit of 'foot work' to see if the vlans are being propagated to wireless bridge #1 through mirroring port 8 of both switches. And then trying to ping between devices on the same vlan.
confirm your switch firmware is version 126.96.36.199
Check your VLAN configuration with a couple of screen capture.
You can mirror switch port 8 on both switches and use wireshark to see if the VLAN frames are propagated between switches.
Seems like there is a lot of steps you could perform to validate if vlans are being propagated.
I am pretty sure the VLANS are propogating through the wireless bridge. I actually have other VLANS running over it now. See the diagram below which shows the whole picture. Right now the QNQ Tunnel and Management VLAN is working over the wireless bridge and management VLAN (3000) is working over everything. I have visability to all the gear including the bridges, Multipoint Antenna and RXs.
I have verified the VLANs pass over the Multipoint Antenna to each RX. I had it working with the Multipoint Antenna attached to Switch #2.
I have verified I am running current Firmware on all Switches. I have also included screenshots of all 3 switches.
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