I set this up in our lab and I was able to get this to work. I setup two ssids, two different vlans and had the vlans enabled. Once I had that setup I had three devices setup one wireless and two hardwired. Ip addresses 192.168.1.100, 101, 102. I was unable to ping between the devices using their ip addresses when the vlans are enabled and assigned to the ports. However when I disabled the vlans I was able to ping all the devices. I am running the latest firmware on the wrv200, which is the 1.0.39. Let me know if I can assist you in any way with this. First make sure the firmware is up to date, then enable the vlans and assign them to the ports and everything should work. Thank You.
Special thanks to Alex McDonald for sharing his favorite tip:My favorite
tip is the ‘write default’ command on autonomous wireless access points,
it simplifies manual conversion of a WAP with a static ip address to a
LAP with a DHCP address.This saved a l...
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