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    Default VLAN Assistance

    New to Untangle over the last few months... Running 12.1.2 (home license) I recently have been trying to create two VLANS within Untangle and Im coming up short and cant figure what I am doing wrong.

    Running Untangle in router mode. Setup is as follows. Modem----UTFW----Netgear (GSS108E – ProSAFE 8)---- wifi Access Point.

    NIC 1 - External (WAN IP from Time Warner)
    NIC 2 - Internal (192.168.0.1)
    NIC 2 - Plugs into port 8 on the Netgear Switch ( I have it set as tagged in VLAN 10 & 20) (ports 5&6 are both set as untagged in their perspective VLANs)

    This setup works like a top until I try to get the VLANs configured. Below is what I have configured thus far without success.
    UTFW
    Screen Shot 2016-11-26 at 12.26.07 PM.png

    Netgear Switch
    Screen Shot 2016-11-26 at 11.40.48 AM.png

    Screen Shot 2016-11-26 at 11.41.07 AM.png

    Screen Shot 2016-11-26 at 11.41.16 AM.png

    Screen Shot 2016-11-26 at 11.41.24 AM.png

    What do you see that I am missing? DHCP is enabled for both VLANS (ie:192.168.10.1 & 192.168.20.1) however when I pug a laptop into either port 5 or port 6 I get no IP address from UTFW.
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    Last edited by dhmoore74; 11-26-2016 at 10:30 AM.

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    Why dont you give the vlan 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.2.1 just to keep it simpler and post a screen shot of the vlan config
    Last edited by Chrismal; 11-26-2016 at 10:14 AM.

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    Ok... I changed the VLAN IPs as you mentioned. The VLAN config is shown above.

    Screen Shot 2016-11-26 at 12.26.07 PM.png

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    for the vlan config press edit and take that screenshot

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    Thanks for the screen shot I can't see anything wrong from your untangle config side. As for the switch sorry I never configured a Netgear switch so I can not help there

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    ***ANYBODY*** Still looking for what I am doing wrong!

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    Maybe try to give your laptop a static address on the subnet you want to test and see if you can at least ping the default gateway.

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    Just to test, On the internal interface, give the IP range of /16 ( example 10.80.0.0/16) and then for VLANs, you try to split in /24 subnets (example 10.80.50.0/24, 10.80.60.0/24). Rest of the config (DHCP on interface should be enabled as per the subnet).


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    I would suggest tagging the port that the untangle is coming into with both the vlans, and then tag each port you want with the individual vlans. then set the port pvid to the corresponding vlans you want them too.

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