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RV320 WAN & LAN limits

Andrew Olszynski
Beginner
Beginner

                   Hi,

I would like to get some helpfull claryfication, (new to this dev). 

1.  WAN interface:   ports support untag mode only, but is it passing tags to/from other devices, middleman?

2.  LAN port:  is there a way to configure LAG or just clean STP redundancy over two LAN ports connected to two separate Cisco switches (them themselves setup with LAG?  The same subnet or VLAN on both rv320 eth ports? 

I am trying to get some redundancy/failover on LAN ports b/c router wil be used with redundant switches.

Andrew

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Kremena Ivanova
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi,

1. WAN interface supports untag mode only. This means packets from LAN to WAN will be natted as untagged. Packets coming on the WAN port needs to be untagged or will be dropped

2. LAN ports - do not support LAG and STP

Regards,

Kremena

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Kremena Ivanova
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi,

1. WAN interface supports untag mode only. This means packets from LAN to WAN will be natted as untagged. Packets coming on the WAN port needs to be untagged or will be dropped

2. LAN ports - do not support LAG and STP

Regards,

Kremena

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