Is there any way I can achieve the setup below using the TL-SG2008P ?
I think I'm half way there but need help with the final hurdle.
I have a broadband (FTTC) modem connected to my AX wifi router on the WAN port.
Most of my devices connect directly or wirelessly to the router but I cannot use it for separate VLANs or separate DHCP pools and so I've bought the TL-SG2008P managed switch.
From my research over the past week, so far I think I'm looking at connecting the router (with DHCP disabled) to port 8 on the TL-SG2008P and let the switch manage the separate DHCP pools for each VLAN (though I will also need some static IPs for devices on each VLAN).
On the switch, there's the default VLAN
VLANID 1 1/0/1-8 system-vlan
......and I've setup the following 802.1Q VLANs:
VLANID 3 1/0/-8 Intranet
VLANID 4 1/0/-8 Internet Only (+ any guest wifi devices)
VLANID 5 1/0/-8 HomeAuto
I would prefer to use different subnets for each vlan so I've setup these 3 DHCP pools
and used manual binding for the static IP addresses for some devices in each vlan (it's annoying I can't define a text description for each MAC/IP address )
From here I believe I need to use DHCP Relay (because DHCP L2 relay is only when using the same subnet) but not sure how I need to setup the "DHCP Relay Config" and/or the DHCP Interface relay and/or the DHCP VLAN relay.
I think I may need to go to the Interface menu and setup the Routing config but not sure what the config should be.
The point of the VLANs and separate DHCP pools is to isolate devices from each other and so I don't need much comms/traffic between vlans other than the following :
- Ensure internet traffic from the router is available to all devices on each VLAN.
- manage the HASSIO on a raspberry pi on VLANID 5 , from a pc on VLANID 3 without allowing anything from VLANID 5 to see or connect to devices on VLANID 3.
Any help would be very much appreciated ?