Interface vs. VLAN - a bit confused?
First let me explain what I'd like to do:
I'd like to have a management VLAN that cannot connect to the router to go out to the internet. Simple as that. Its only available externally and ideally through a wireless VLAN only so I can just jump on it from any of my wireless devices. (Hidden, of course.)
I go into Wired Networks>LAN and click on "Create New LAN" and have the choice of "Interface" vs. "VLAN" - and VLAN gives me far fewer options (no DHCP server, no interface to presumably route through, domain name, etc.)
I'm assuming this simply means that a VLAN is not routable externally (which is perfect for a management VLAN) but that I'd obviously have to provide a DHCP server for that VLAN (not a big deal, I can do that.)
I did look through the documentation for the OC200 as well as do a search on here, but of course I get all kinds of confusing results in a search, and nothing comes up in the OC200 documentation explaining the difference. If someone could point me to some documentation explaining the difference that would be awesome too.