VLAN on SG 1024 DE does not work
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I tried to configure an 802.1q VLAN on an TL -SG 1024 Switch.
(First I red all TP-Link tutorials about VLAN configuration.)
The switch (Switch no.1) is directly connected to main router at Port 4 (Internet) and provides internet to devices from main network.
Also the switch is connected to other switch through Port 2 (which is set as Trunk and tagged - this may be not important because my VLAN is set only on Switch no.1).
My VLAN uses Port 12.
The purpose of this VLAN:At Port 12 is connected another router (TP-Link 841) which creates a subnetwork.This router is used only for wireless users.The wireless users must access Internet but must not scan the main network or ping an device from main network.
For this purpose I set VLANS as follows:
VLAN 1:default. Ports 1-24 untagged.
VLAN 2:Internet: Port 2:Tagged ,Ports 1,3-24 Untagged . Created to allow devices from VLANS to connect to Internet.
VLAN 8 (for my purpose) :Port 4 (Internet),Port 12 (wireless subnetwork router) Both ports untagged.
PVID :Port 4:PVID=2 ,Port 12:PVID=8 , Port 2 (Trunk) :PVID = 1 ,Other Ports which don't belong to other VLANS :PVID = 1.
After configuration I connected a laptop to my wireless network and made a network mapping.
I see the shares and devices from main network and even the ping to a device from main network was succesful.The VLAN didn't work.
What was wrong?
All the devices in your topology can get to the Internet? And they can communicate with each other?
maybe you can try this:
VLAN 1: default port 1-24 untagged
VNAN 2: (another switch)Port 2 tagged; port 4 untagged(Internet)
VLAN 8: (for your purpose): Port 4(Internet); port 12(wireless router) Both untagged
PVID: Port4: PVID=1, Port12: PVID=8, Port2: PVID=2, other ports which don't belong to other VLANs: PVID=1