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VLAN configuration RV042G & CBS220

MagnusPersson
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Hello

I'm trying to set up VLAN's but can't get it working.

I have these components
- firewall Cisco RV042G
- Switch Cisco CBS220

What I would like to create is three separate VLAN's with
192.168.1.1 (my default LAN)
vlan-2 192.168.2.1..
vlan-3 192.168.3.1..


On the RV042 I can set 4 vlans to each of the 4 available ports. I have set VLAN2 to port 2. My CBS220 port 8 is connected to port2 on the RV042G.

I'm trying to get the VLAN2 (from RV042G) to port 2 on the CBS220. I have set up VLAN with id 2 with permission General to port 2. I get connection through port 2 but only as ip 192.168.1.1.. When I remove the admin VLAN there is no connection on port 2.

I have followed your guide on how to create vlans on CBS220.


I'm thinking, do I need a router between my RV042 and CBS220 that creates the VLAN's? or should it work with existing components?

if I need more components, please specify recommended product in small business family.

Thanks in advance

/Mange

 

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pieterh
VIP
VIP

yes you need a router to pass traffic between the subnets you have assigned to the vlan's
take a look at this document: 
VLAN Best Practices and Security Tips for Cisco Business Routers - Cisco

Thanks for the link, RV042G seems not have menu's for VLAN, are there any special instructions available for the RV042?