VLAN on all the deco units

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VLAN on all the deco units
VLAN on all the deco units
2019-09-25 16:35:36
Model: Deco P7  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: Latest

Hello,

 

i'm the new owner of a tplink deco p7,

 

however, i'm trying to replace my modem with my tplink with PPPOE,

 

but there is one problem, my isp uses iptv with vlan 3 and i want to connect al my IPTV's to my deco units. but i found out only my main unit actually gives out vlan, so my other iptv's arent working at all. 

 

 

Is there no way that all the units emites vlan?

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Re:VLAN on all the deco units
2019-09-26 03:19:41

@olivier483 

 

Hello, only the main Deco gives out IPTV, and there is only 2 ethenret ports, and one of them need connect to the modem to get internet;

 

If you have multiple IPTV devices, you can order a unmanaged switch, and connect it to the second port of the main Deco and connect the IPTVs to the switch; 

Note: Theoretically, the unmanagsed switch will receive and transfer the data with VLAN tag to the connected devices. 

 

Below are some unmanaged switch from TP-Link:

https://www.tp-link.com/business-networking/unmanaged-switch/

 

May it help and have a good day. 

 

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Re:VLAN on all the deco units
2019-12-03 07:31:41

Hi @Kevin_Z,

 

I have a similar issue, where the internet and IPTV are coming from ISP with different VLAN IDs.

 

Could you please provide more details on how it is possible to make the configuration with an unmanaged switch and Deco M9?

Any reference to posts/articles would be welcome.

 

Thank you,

G.

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Re:VLAN on all the deco units
2019-12-04 02:55:41

@mdreds 

 

Hello, the IPTV and internet VLAN ID are different. 

 

For IPTV, please follow the instruction below to set it up. 

https://www.tp-link.com/support/faq/2421/ 

Note: For the IPTV mode, please choose the correct one given by ISP. 

 

For the internet VLAN, you can enable VLAN ID and check 802.1q tag to make the internet work. 

https://www.tp-link.com/support/faq/2465/

 

With the VLAN enabled, the internet will work, and the connected devices do not need internet VLAN ID. 

 

For the IPTV feature, cause it is tagged by VLAN ID, if you have multiple IPTV, you can use the unmanaged switch, which will forward and receive the tagged data. 

 

May it help. 

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Re:VLAN on all the deco units
2019-12-06 13:10:16

Thank you @Kevin_Z .

 

Having Deco M9 and an unmanaged switch like https://www.tp-link.com/us/business-networking/easy-smart-switch/tl-sg108e/, how can I add my NAS to my local network to be able to access it from WIFI and ethernet?

 

Regards,

Ghenadie.

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Re:VLAN on all the deco units
2019-12-28 09:07:08

Hi @Kevin_Z 

 

I need your help to connect the home NAS and the IPTV to the single port available for Deco M9 plus. The NAS should be available to all the devices connected to Deco WIFI.

 

I have an unmanaged switch model TL-SG108E. What settings should I use on the Deco M9 and on the switch?

 

Thank you.

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Re:VLAN on all the deco units
2020-05-08 13:53:20

@mdreds, @Kevin_Z ,

I have the same problem. How can I connect my home NAS, IPTV to just one M9 Lan output. I have a TPLINK SF1005D switch. 

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