In message <45AD4219 dot 3020403 at boosten dot org>, Peter Boosten
<peter at boosten dot org> writes
>> Peter Boosten wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>> First, you need to set the baystack port to "tagged trunk".
>> Next, you need to create another VLAN and assign it to that port. Call
>> the VLAN what you like, but this will be for the 192.168.13.0/24 network.
>> I believe that here is where you went wrong:
>> On the m0n0wall, in the Interfaces --> Assign page you need to configure
>> your LAN interface to be the same VLAN that you just added to the
>> baystack port for the 192.168.13.0/24 network.
>Thanks for your answer.
>So what you're basically saying is that one of the VLANs needs the same
>IP address as the LAN interface?
>> If your LAN interface is currently assigned to the hardware interface
>> (sis0 on wrap - I do not know what m0n0 sees the ethernet ports as on a
>> soekris) it will not work. The LAN interface needs to be on the correct
>This doesn't make sense: since it's a trunk, it'll be on several VLANs,
I think the point is that you have to either use the physical device OR
use VLANs, you can't use a combination, by setting an untagged VLAN on
your switch. Your LAN interface must be one of the VLAN devices.
I hope that's clearer!
Neil A. Hillard E-Mail: m0n0 at dana dot org dot uk