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    Default VLAN setup problems

    Hi all,

    I have setup a physical interface on eth1:

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    with a bridged interface on eth2:

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    with a VLAN 4:

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    From eth2 I connect to my Netgear GS716T port 2. On that switch I have a PC connected to port 11 which should be on VLAN4.
    Last edited by GodAtum; 05-16-2020 at 03:17 AM.

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    Switch screenshots:

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    OK, we don't see the question
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim.Alles View Post
    OK, we don't see the question
    Sorry the VLAN does not work. My PC on VLAN4 cannot connect to the internet nor 10.0.4.100.

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    Needs a trunking port aimed at Untangle. The port with the PC on it is correctly set to tagged.

    It's not working because the switch isn't putting the correct PVID (VLAN tag on switch egress) on the frames on the way to Untangle. Enabling Trunc should solve that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    Needs a trunking port aimed at Untangle. The port with the PC on it is correctly set to tagged.

    It's not working because the switch isn't putting the correct PVID (VLAN tag on switch egress) on the frames on the way to Untangle. Enabling Trunc should solve that.
    Sorry I'm not sure what you mean? On the switch I've set port 2 (the one doing to Untangle) as T (tagged) for the default VLAN and VLAN4 with the PVID to 4 (see sceenshots above).

    I must be missing something
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    Just from a quick glance it seems your port 2 on the switch should be a Tagged member of VLAN 4 and an untagged member of VLAN 1. You have not defined VLAN1 in Untangle so you can't send it tagged from the switch. To get around this I disable my interfaces on Untangle and run all VLANs. In Untangle you can disable the interface without disabling the VLAN interfaces attached to them.

    Though now that I think about it that should still not stop your PC from seeing the internet I would not think.

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    So I tried connected the PC directly to the cable coming out of Untangle eth2. And set the VLAn to 4 on the PC's NIC. It doesn't get an IP even though there is DHCP serving.

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    Erase (set to default) g2 interface in port PVID configuration (1,1,1,none) and I think you should be good. Tell me if that works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soldier View Post
    Erase (set to default) g2 interface in port PVID configuration (1,1,1,none) and I think you should be good. Tell me if that works.
    Unfortunately not.

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