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    hi
    i need some help to configure vlan with untangle in bridge mode.
    i would like to separate my wifi network for the guest.

    everything i do is a failure.
    i have a wifi access point (tplink eap225)

    https://support.untangle.com/hc/en-u...n-Bridged-Mode
    i tried this but it was not working. I always get the same ip, doesn't matter on each wifi i connect (my guest or my "normal wifi".)
    by the way, on this doc they says "Enter the IP address for the VLAN gateway." Where do I find this ? what is the gateway for the vlan ? something random ? (in the same subnet as the vlan ?)

    untangle configured this way :
    untanglevlan.png

    i have this switch (TL-SG1016PE)
    and i follow this doc :
    https://www.tp-link.com/fr/support/f...m=select-local

    switch configured this way:
    switchvlan.png

    i don't know what's wrong.

    Do i need to create a vlan for my "normal wifi" as well ?

    i'm lost !
    Can you help please ?
    Thanks

    For now, i can connect to my 2 wifi (wifi-Normal and Wifi-guest) but on each wifi, i have the same IP (192.168.1.29), which is not what i want....
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    What is the reason UT is not the router? Thats the first thing I would do if you value your hair and want VLANS lol. Are you entering the VLAN tag for the guest ssid?
    looks like you haven't specified a VLAN tag on the switch either, so the reason you are landing on the same Network from the guest is that you are not tagging your VLANS.
    Last edited by Chrismal; 07-12-2019 at 07:08 AM.
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    hi

    i can't do router, because my ISP modem can't do bridge. (yeah, Orange ISP provider !!!).

    For the tag, i read the doc. They don't tag anything in the doc (the link I posted). So i follow what they did. No ?

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    Bridged VLANs is probably the most difficult setup you can create. Are the VLANs terminated on the external side of Untangle.

    More information https://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/...in_Bridge_Mode
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    i was talking about the doc from the switch.
    from the untangle, i added two vlan (as written in the doc). see my screen capture above.

    Can i put the untangle in router mode and just put it in the dmz ? this is not doing double nat something ?
    Simple as that ?
    i always thought it was wrong doing so.....

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    Ahh sorry, I accidentally deleted my other post.

    You have to enter the tags on the switch and AP.

    Its best to have the modem in bridge mode, but you can't, So putting UT in DMZ is next best thing in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrismal View Post
    Ahh sorry, I accidentally deleted my other post.

    You have to enter the tags on the switch and AP.
    i did that on the AP, but not on the switch, because as i said, on the documentation from the switch, port are untagged. i just follow the doc here....

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    Untagged is for ports you do not want to pass VLANS, tagged is for passing VLANS, I would not trust docs for that Chinese stuff .

    So if the AP SSID is tagged where will it get the tag from if the switch ports are untagged?
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