I am trying to learn how to effectively use VLAN as a method to segregate network traffic, but for some reason, the concept is just not clicking. I have a home office and want several VLANs. I use the TPLink switch, PFSense for firewall and router, and Unifi controller with 2 Unifi APs. I setup multiple VLANs in PFsense and also created multiple SSIDs in UniFi controller. I am receiving the correct VLAN IP address when I connect to the different SSIDs, but I am not sure if I have the switch setup properly. Port 1 is connected to my PFSense box. My two APs are connected to ports 10 and 11 on the switch. On the VLAN Config I left VLAN 1 alone. VLAN 30 looks like this:
Actually, all of my VLANS look identical to this because they all involve the wireless APs on port 10 and 11. Is there something I need to do on the Port Config tab?
I also want all my IP cameras on a separate VLAN. They are a mix of hardwired and wireless. My BlueIris camera server is on my ADMIN VLAN, so is it just a matter of a firewall rule for the Camera VLAN to talk to that server's IP address? Sorry if these are basic questions. I usually do pretty well learning on my own, but for this I am struggling.