While I still don't have my VLAN's working properly I learned a few
1. I dont think the Nokia IP110's do VLAN's, even though the driver
they use is supposed to. I can't get them working with the Nokia, and
I can somewhat get them working with a regular PC and a few 3c905b
2. Linksys makes some real garbage managed switches that will NOT
work with firefox or IE7, but only IE6.
I am currently working with a Netgear FSM7328S 24 port switch. I have
the VLAN's somewhat working. Meaning, I have assigned ports 1-6 to be
on vlan 201. 1-6 are also untagged, where 24 (my trunk) is tagged.
Now when I plug a computer into 1-6, I get a 192.168.201.199 IP
address, which is exactly what my m0n0wall is told to hand out to 201
vlan. However, I can NOT ping my vlan interface IP of 192.168.201.1.
I'm not doing any routing in the switch. Do I need a static route in
Please keep in mind, I don't know much about what I'm doing, so feel
free to suggest, even if you think its obvious. Thanks!
Founder & Owner, BIGnet Online
On 9/26/07, Chris Buechler <cbuechler at gmail dot com> wrote:
> On 9/26/07, Phil Brutsche <phil at brutsche dot us> wrote:
> > Dell PowerConnect 27xx switches are poorly-supported web-managed switches.
> > No firmware updates ever, no CLI, no SNMP, no spanning trees, etc.
> > I suspect you are thinking of the PowerConnect 34xx 10/100 and 5324
> > 10/100/1000 managed switches.
> Oh yeah, indeed, I was thinking of the 34xx, 5324, 6024, 6224, etc.
> which are the ones I've worked with.
> Still, knowing Dell's track record for buggy switch firmware (it's
> pitiful to put it nicely), make sure it's the latest firmware. If you
> can put up screenshots of the web interface somewhere (the list won't
> let you attach them) and post URL's, I can probably tell you how it's
> supposed to be configured. Whether or not it'll work properly even at
> that is another question entirely...
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