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    information about VLAN on TL-ER5120 V3

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    Hello, Iím JJacque68, Iím Frensh and new user on this forum.So sorry for my English. I hope you will understand me...I have a routeur TL-ER5120 V3 to replace a Netgear UTM25.I find all options that I need excepte the possibility to configure the adress network for the vlans.I explain :I can create VLAN and choice on witch port there are, but I need to configure the adress network too !For exemple, VLAN 1 -> 192.168.2.0/24 ; VLAN 2 -> 192.168.3.0/24 ; ...I should be able to configure a DHCP server for each VLAN !!!and I donít find the option ?How can I configure this routeur to have different adress network on the vlans ?Thanks for your help !JJacques68

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjacques68 View Post
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    Hello, Iím JJacque68, Iím Frensh and new user on this forum.So sorry for my English. I hope you will understand me...I have a routeur TL-ER5120 V3 to replace a Netgear UTM25.I find all options that I need excepte the possibility to configure the adress network for the vlans.I explain :I can create VLAN and choice on witch port there are, but I need to configure the adress network too !For exemple, VLAN 1 -> 192.168.2.0/24 ; VLAN 2 -> 192.168.3.0/24 ; ...I should be able to configure a DHCP server for each VLAN !!!and I donít find the option ?How can I configure this routeur to have different adress network on the vlans ?Thanks for your help !JJacques68
    Hey, JJacque68, I don't think this router can support that. I mean there is no such function mentioned on their website also. Why will you think it can do the job?

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    Thank you for your reply.

    I will hope it can !

    I can do without this option, but I prefer separate the networks...
    It's more clear...

    Else, I can keep the netgear routeur for VLAN and place the TP-Link before it to use option "Load Balencing"...


 

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