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VLAN question
VLAN question
2014-09-14 06:09:49
Region : UnitedStates

Model : TL-SG2452

Hardware Version : V1

Firmware Version : 1.0.2 Build 20140723 Rel.37273(s)

ISP :


Not quite getting the result I need on VLAN. Probably not setting it up right.

Given:
Port1=PC-A
P2=file server
P3=printer
P4=router and access to web
P5=PC-B

I need PC-A to have access to the file server the printer and the web, but not see PC-B.
I need PC-B to have access to the printer and web but not see PC-A or the file server.

Here's what I tried.
VLAN2, named PCA-Lan, ports 1 & 2.
VLAN3, named PCB-Lan, port 5
VLAN4, named PrinterRounter ports 3 & 4
Ports 1 & 2 are also members of PrinterRouter
Port 5 is also a member of PrinterRouter

This didn't work. What do I need to do different?

Thanks.
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Re:VLAN question
2014-09-16 04:16:30
Your configuration should work as long as they are all in the same subnet. Do you have the ports all set up as untagged (they should all be untagged)?
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Re:VLAN question
2014-09-16 06:30:51
I was just trying to modify the vlans and now I've lost contact with the switch. Fortunately most things are talking to one another so people are getting work done but I can no longer get to the switch IP. I didn't think that was possible. As long as I'm hardwired directly to one of the switch ports I thought I could get to switch control. I haven't touched VLAN1. All ports are part of VLAN1. To answer your question everything is on the same subnet. All VLAN memberships are as untagged. Do I have to have one port whose primary VLAN is VLAN1 in order to control the switch?
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