In the original firmware, when creating a vlan, one could select which vlans could communicate with each other for inter-vlan routing. It appears that this page was completely removed with this firmware upgrade, and now you can only switch inter-vlan routing on or off, but you have no fine control over what vlans can talk to one another.
Is this accurate or am I missing something?
I believe I have a very routine setup I need to do.
I have these vlans: default, home, work, guest, printer
I want all to have access to printer vlan
I want default to have access to home, work, and guest
I want the rest isolated and firewalled from each other.
I believe I had this up and working fine with the original firmware, and silly me, I thought upgrading would be a smart thing, and now I have no idea how to get back to this configuration. There also seems to be no documentation for this firmware other than the release notes.
I am having the same issue with the 18.104.22.168 firmware. I am no longer able to map a specific port to a specific VLAN. The "Port VLAN Table" screen is no longer available. It appears that my original port to VLAN assignments are still in place from when I configured them prior to the upgrade as the proper VLANS are still being sent to the proper ports. Is there another way to configure the VLAN ports? I tried logging in via SSH but none of the logins setup via the web interface successfully login. Any help is appreciated.
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