IP subnet on LAN1 connection CPE510

IP subnet on LAN1 connection CPE510
IP subnet on LAN1 connection CPE510
2015-11-26 01:14:35
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Hi
First post, so new to the forum.

I was intending to utilise the LAN1 connection on each of the CPE510 units I have for a separate LAN (i.e. a different subnet).

I seem to be having problems as soon as I connect the LAN1 port.

I think the CPE510 may not be able to achieve what I am trying to do, as there is only one IP address structure available at setup, however I will ask anyway as I cannot seem to resolve it by testing.

I want to put my 192.168.23.xx structure through LAN0, and have got everything working well with this.

I then want to run another LAN such as 192.168.1.xx via LAN1 on each end and have them linked.

I am thinking now that the LAN1 is merely another connection of the main subnet, rather than a separate 'pipe' to cross the gap.

Perhaps I need a solution similar to Draytek's LANA and LANB on some of their APs.

If anyone can clarify how LAN1 can be utilised, that would be appreciated.

THanks

Matt
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Re:IP subnet on LAN1 connection CPE510
2015-11-26 14:12:02
If you want to separate LAN0 and LAN1 to two totally different subnet, I guess there is no way...

In AP/client/bridge/repeater mode, LAN0, LAN1 and WLAN are in a same subnet;
In AP client router mode,WLAN is WAN port while LAN0 and LAN1 are LAN port;
In AP Router mode, LAN0 is WAN port while LAN1 and WLAN are LAN port, while I don't think this is what you want if I have caught your point...
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Re:IP subnet on LAN1 connection CPE510
2015-11-26 14:34:44
I guess what you mean is the below scenario, is it right?



If I get the right meaning, you can add a VLAN switch like this:



And apply management VLAN function to achieve your goal.
But before that, you have to upgrade to the beta firmware:
http://forum.tp-link.com/showthread.php?83955-TP_PharOS_1.3.3_151112_Beta-fix-WPA-PSK-and-CDP-issue-with-Mikrotik-add-management-VLAN
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Re:IP subnet on LAN1 connection CPE510
2015-11-26 17:31:41
Thanks. I thought as much. I need AP/Client mode, so really LAN1 is just another connection to the same network.
Appreciate the reply.
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Re:IP subnet on LAN1 connection CPE510
2015-11-26 17:32:33
I had not thought of VLAN and not sure if I have the appropriate hardware. I will investigate. Thanks for the reply and suggestion of an alternative.
CHeers

Matt
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