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  1. No blinkenlights! Thanks again, R1D2. I've got it...

    No blinkenlights! Thanks again, R1D2. I've got it working with DD-WRT - two trunked VLANs going to one port in the WGR614v8. I have yet to isolate the Apartment VLAN in the routing/firewall tables...
  2. OK. So I've been tearing my hair out over setting...

    OK. So I've been tearing my hair out over setting up a VLAN trunk on the WGR614v8 after flashing it with DD-WRT ( I need more steam than I built up.) I exhausted all hunches as to how to correct my...
  3. This contradicts my observation and diagnosis. My...

    This contradicts my observation and diagnosis. My theory is that the inbound traffic is broadcast because it's destination port is not known to be among the ports with the same PVID as the inbound...
  4. Yes, the SG108e's thread-bare implementation...

    Yes, the SG108e's thread-bare implementation follows your deduction but only as an economy and not a necessity. If the SG108e were to consult its table for known MAC addresses in other PVIDs, it...
  5. Not so pleased. I installed Wireshark and viewed...

    Not so pleased. I installed Wireshark and viewed the traffic on an "Apartment" port. It appears that when the destination of a packet coming from the router port is on a port whose PVID matches the...
  6. Ah, but if you were generating ARP packets...

    Ah, but if you were generating ARP packets without VLAN tags, then wouldn't the SG108e broadcast them on all remaining ports, even though the port 1 uplink is tagged?


    I am in communication with...
  7. Yes, tomw. Last night I made the router port's...

    Yes, tomw. Last night I made the router port's PVID=2 so I could isolate some connected ports to see if they would stop blinking. They did.
  8. Nice. However, I don't understand why you can see...

    Nice. However, I don't understand why you can see the ARP flood in the first test but not the second so I'm not sure what difference I'm seeing. You are doing the ARP flood from a machine on the...
  9. Thanks, R1D2. You are in Germany?

    Thanks, R1D2. You are in Germany?
  10. I believe if I trunked the VLANs to my cheap...

    I believe if I trunked the VLANs to my cheap router it would reject the traffic.

    I'm wondering what could be causing it to broadcast ... is the router's request for info never answered when the...
  11. Would you like me to connect just the server with...

    Would you like me to connect just the server with the torrent client or something just running a browser? I confess I don't understand your purpose since I see the difference (between having the same...
  12. This seems definitive: "The packet will be...

    This seems definitive: "The packet will be forwarded after removing its VLAN tag," no matter whether the packet's destination port had the same PVID or not. I am not clear on your statement,...
  13. You ask, R1D2, "Can you ping from a system in...

    You ask, R1D2, "Can you ping from a system in Home to a system in Apartment?" So far, the answer is no: "no ping response from known IP address on other VLAN".

    This network is cobbled together and...
  14. Well, as I understand, the packets coming out of...

    Well, as I understand, the packets coming out of that switch and into the router are untagged; I am not sure what that implies for your requirement that the router return tagged packets. In any case,...
  15. I understand the firmware is open source,...

    I understand the firmware is open source, however, repair of this problem may require new hardware (this is the new model of product promotion, no? Planned Insufficiency.:rolleyes:)
  16. You will notice, R1D2, that your link recommends...

    You will notice, R1D2, that your link recommends a "loop" for the VLAN configuration just like I have. In addition, all VLAN memberships for the router port are untagged. In addition, I don't think I...
  17. Submitted ticket #291412: TL-SG108E 802.1Q VLAN...

    Submitted ticket #291412: TL-SG108E 802.1Q VLAN mappings with overlapping VLANs causes all status LED's to flash


    When I use this switch with all VLAN modes disabled, the status lights flash...
  18. After much experimentation with the VLAN mapping,...

    After much experimentation with the VLAN mapping, it seems that the status LEDs of all connected ports blink when traffic goes between ports with different PVIDs. I can't think of an explanation for...
  19. Thanks, glasser. Yes, with 802.1q VLAN, all...

    Thanks, glasser. Yes, with 802.1q VLAN, all connected ports are continuously flashing because I have a torrent client running on a server on one port. The switch allowed ~25 Mbps download speed...
  20. Status LEDs on active ports always flashing synchronously | SOLVED

    Model : TL-SG108e

    Hardware Version : 2.0

    Firmware Version : 1.0.2 Build 20160526 Rel.34615

    ISP : N/A

    On my unmanaged switch the status LEDs flash apparently only when there is activity...
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