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Author Topic: Getting VLANs to work with multiple routers  (Read 725 times)

ATXCoder

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Getting VLANs to work with multiple routers
« on: March 30, 2019, 06:48:39 PM »

So I have been going crazy trying to get some VLANs setup for my home network. Here is what my setup looks like:


I have setup VLANs on pfSense and what is supposed to happen is that when a device in either VLAN_20 or VLAN_50, it will receive a ip address in the respective subnet (pfSense has a DHCP server serving IPs in each VLAN). My issue right now is that it seems like everything is being sent over VLAN_1 which is setup by default on my DGS-1100-05 switch (I'm in North America by the way). How do I setup the D-Link switch so that:
  • eth1 is connected to pfSense LAN port (this should carry traffic from all VLANS to and from the D-LINK)
  • eth2 is VLAN_20
  • eth3 is VLAN_50

Thanks!
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ATXCoder

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Re: Getting VLANs to work with multiple routers
« Reply #1 on: March 30, 2019, 10:46:10 PM »

I have this 98% working now. Part of the issue was how my specific pfSense appliance does VLANs. I have devices in the VLAN_50 talking to the internet and even my pfSense firewall. The last part is getting them to talk to the D-Link switch. Currently they can browse my pfSense (10.0.0.1) but not my D-Link (10.0.0.2). I have checked my firewall logs and see where VLAN_50 clients were PASSED to 10.0.0.2 so I don't think it is a pfSense/Firewall issue. Anyone have any ideas. Here is my current D-Link VLAN config
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