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  1. Glad to hear that it worked out for you! Firewall...

    Glad to hear that it worked out for you! Firewall settings are no big deal either. Just create a new zone for the guest network and set default policy to ACCEPT for input/output to the WGR614 itself...
  2. Regarding a): No idea. There are indeed devices...

    Regarding a): No idea. There are indeed devices with the BCM 5354 for which the driver in DD-WRT supports 802.1Q, such as the Asus WL520, so I see no reason that the BCM 5354 driver should not be...
  3. The WGR614 should support 802.1Q VLANs under...

    The WGR614 should support 802.1Q VLANs under DD-WRT, although it's noted '?' in the table below.

    See http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/VLAN_Support and the post here:...
  4. So my gut feeling was right then? You have one...

    So my gut feeling was right then? You have one big VLAN with secondary VLANs in a primary VLAN causing blinkenlights? :D

    Yes, it's technically a nightmare as it also is with PVLANs.

    TP-Link...
  5. Yes. Usually on cheap SOHO switches there is a...

    Yes. Usually on cheap SOHO switches there is a fixed default VLAN which can't be changed or turned off. It's a real mess if you ask me, since we have more than 1,000 WiFi routers in the field, which...
  6. Yes, that's right. In my regular network setup I...

    Yes, that's right. In my regular network setup I don't use PVID=1 at all. For the test I just waned to be as near as possible to pleased's setup.



    No, I connected port 1 to my local network and...
  7. Here are my quick & dirty test results with...

    Here are my quick & dirty test results with original firmware as delivered when I bought the switch last year (Build 20160108 Rel.57851).

    First of all: you were right, I was wrong. This switch...
  8. Yes, I am in Germany. Where are you from?

    Yes, I am in Germany. Where are you from?
  9. Trunk is not an expirement, it's the only way to...

    Trunk is not an expirement, it's the only way to connect two or more VLAN networks to a third network outside of the TL-SG108E.
    I will test tomorrow (or better: today, it's already Tuesday here)...
  10. Yes, this was my first thought, too. Any...

    Yes, this was my first thought, too. Any broadcast request from the router would be sent to all ports b/c they are all in VLAN 1. According to the TP-Link docs, an untagged packet on a tagged port...
  11. To answer, I would need to know little more such...

    To answer, I would need to know little more such as subnets you are using.



    Of course, yes. Incoming packets without a tag are assigned to the default VLAN and every port is a member of it in...
  12. I'm not sure wether V3 will actually change...

    I'm not sure wether V3 will actually change anything except a new user interface with the new TP-Link logo. ;)

    I first ordered a TL-SG108E and got V1 without a web UI, but with a "Configuration...
  13. In port-based VLANs assigning a port into more...

    In port-based VLANs assigning a port into more than one VLAN usually makes this port a trunk port, so it is not an access port anymore (no matter what it's PVID is). The TP-Link example in the...
  14. You did create a loop by assigning all ports to...

    You did create a loop by assigning all ports to two VLANs with the setup outlined in #3 (ports 1 to 8 in VLAN 1).

    To share an Internet connection on port 1 with two VLANs 2 and 3, port 1 must be a...
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