Problems with VLAN in SG3216

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Problems with VLAN in SG3216
Problems with VLAN in SG3216
2017-01-18 00:43:16
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Good evening:


I have a Switch SG3216. I configure two VLAN, (VLAN 2, and VLAN 3). I´m use router DD-WRT for test the system net. But I have many problems. At first I need two cables for connect the router to switch, because It`s not possible conect with a trunk with only one wire. If I connect with 2 cables, I create two VLANs, but I have other problem. I have a Ubiquiti Unifi equip (UAP-AC-LR), with support for VLANs, but not work, not resolve dchp for two different networks.


I need change the router, because I use the DD-WRT only for test. Now I need a TP-LINK router, but I don´t know who is the better router for create VLANs on the same port for create a trunk (From router to Switch).


And in additional, I need the Ubiquiti work properly with VLANs, and programming the switch for work with both VLANs at the correct form.


Thanks
Alex
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Re:Problems with VLAN in SG3216
2017-01-18 19:47:13

ea4fyh wrote

At first I need two cables for connect the router to switch, because It`s not possible conect with a trunk with only one wire.


See this post for how to create a trunk in DD-WRT and previous posts in the same thread for setting up a trunk on TP-Link managed switches:

http://forum.tp-link.com/showthread.php?94159-Status-LEDs-on-active-ports-always-flashing-synchronously-SOLVED&p=194548&viewfull=1#post194548

And in additional, I need the Ubiquiti work properly with VLANs, and programming the switch for work with both VLANs at the correct form.


Did not try VLANs with Ubnt's AirOS yet, but if it is conforming to the 802.1Q standard, it should work. If indeed it doesn't, file a bug report to Ubnt.
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Re:Problems with VLAN in SG3216
2017-01-19 07:25:12
Thanks.
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