Hello Everyone. Thank you all for the help with my last post. I have another wonderful problem that I've been trying to figure out myself for the last few days that I could really use some help with. It turns out, that I have no idea how to set up the SFE and RVS with two seperate VLANs. I'm pretty sure I could do it with command line, but the Web GUI just doesn't work for me. :( Anyway, below is a diagram of what I'm trying to do. VLAN 100 seems to be fine. I can reach the internet and everything else on the LAN. My problem is VLAN 150. I want that to be completely seperate from VLAN 100. The 2 phones and the laptop should see each other and the Internet, but not anything in VLAN 100. Right now when I'm on ports 5 - 8 I cannot even see the Router @ 192.168.10.100. I have tried a lot of different combinations. I am hoping that someone can help me, or at least point me to some useful info as to what I'm doing wrong.
VLAN 100 - 192.168.0.5
VLAN 150 - 192.168.10.100
LAN - Access Point connects to port 1 ; SFE1000p G1 connects to port 2
Port 1 - default settings
Port 2 - default settings
Port 3 - Tagged with VLAN 150
Port 5 - 8 - excluded from VLAN 100 ; Tagged with VLAN 150 ; G1 & G2 - set as trunks
Can I possibly get the solution to this problem? I have 3 SFE1000P I'm trying to get configured for 3 locations. I'm not having any consistent success so I'm trying to simplify my configurations methods.
Hi l.crowder, I can try to help out if you still need it. I will have to go home and see what was done. I found the set up it to be counter-intuitive IMHO. I'll look and get back to you. (Apologies for the late reply)
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