I am having trouble setting up my first Vlan.
Here is what I have:
Router - Untangle UTM 10 (Vlan Aware)
Switch - TP-LINK TL-SG2424 (Vlan Aware)
Access Points - Engenius EAP300 (VLAN Aware)
Ok so here we go. VLAN1 on my switch is the management vlan so every port is a member of 1. I created a VLAN1 on the router and bridged it to the internal interface. Basically I told the router that all traffic on vlan1 should be considered the same as no vlan and attached to the dhcp server on that interface port call it 192.168.1.1. 99% of all traffic goes here. Now the access points support up to 4 wireless networks. Each one on a different VLan. I have a corporate network for Vlan 1 so no problems there. Vlan 2 and 3 will be public access networks. So in the router I created VLan 2 and 3 and gave them their own DHCP server call them 192.168.2.1 and 192.168.3.1. I bonded them to the internal parent interface. If i understand what I did correctly all vlan1 and untagged traffic will be given a 192.168.1.1 address and have internet access (corporate network). Vlan 2 and 3 will share the same parent interface but will assigned there own subnet and dhcp 192.168.2.1 and 192.168.1.3 and have internet access. This makes sense to me anyway. I may be dead wrong. Here is where the problem comes in... Configuring the switch. I want all vlans to be forwarded to port 1 on the switch as that is the internal port on the router and it provides the link to the wan and handles DHCP for all VLans. I thought it would be simple but I obviously did something wrong because as soon as I updated the switch configuration I lost all network access to the router and the switch. Can anyone help me with how I should configure the switch to accomplish my goals