Trying to understand how to work with VLANs and Omada Controller
sorry I know that a lot of threads already existing about VLANs, but I cannot fully understand in my specific case how to proceed. We would like to move from our current setup with 2x TL-ER6120 v3.0 Router and Netgear / TP-Link switch to our new Setup with
- 1x TP-Link OC200 Omada
- 1x ER7206
- 2x TL-SG3428
- 1x TP-Link TL-SX3016F 16-Port 10GE
We need to get the setup fit for our infrastructure, this means we have 3 root server 1x storage and 2x hypervisior running. All root servers are on the same network and working fine. We already created 2x interfaces with different IP subnet (10.1.11.0/24 and 192.168.0.0/24) in the omada controller. After that we have restrict the networks with ACL that a communication between the two subnets is not possible which is fine. Also give the VMs the VLAN from subnet 1 and 2 is working and the VM is getting the right IP address from router and internet is also working fine.
Now we try to create different VLANs on subnet 1 and 2 and assign the VMs with the VLAN, but we get this setup not running. This means the VMs get no IP address and did not have an internet connection. What we need to do that this will be possible? And is it possible that the router give the VM based on the VLAN tag a IP adress from the right subnet, this means when I create VLAN 200 which is a VLAN from Subnet 2 the VM should get a IP address from 192.168.0.XX instead of 10.1.11.XX which is the default network. We have created the port 17 as tagged port where we route the interfaces and VLANs.
One more security question: currently we testing the setup in our office:
FritzBox (with own internal Network) -> 1x ER7206 -> TL-SG3428 -> Hypervisor -> VMs. Inside the VM I can not ping from subnet 1 to subnet 2 but I can ping all devices from the FritzBox network. Is this issue coming from the fritzbox or is there a setup issue on controller / router?
Many thanks in advanced