getting intervlan to work with internet access

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by Marcus, Jan 21, 2012.

  1. Marcus

    Marcus Networkin' Nut Member

    hi I've been playing with the e3000 and dd-wrt and my Cisco 2960 switch the past couple days and I'm trying to figure vlans out. I have everything setup but I can't find anyway to get my clans to talk to each other I have full internet access with all vlans host on the same vlan can ping each other but host on different vlans can not ping each other. The firewall is turned off so I know its not messing with anything what is it I might be missing?

    also just to note I am wanting to replace my old setup that worked but would not give me the quoted speeds my isp offers of 24Mbps the old router I had was the rvs4000 and it would do everything I needed just would give me 14Mbps instead of 24. If I can not get the best of both worlds with the e3000 is there some way I can have the rvs4000 route traffic between vlans and still use the e3000 to get the quoted speeds of 24Mbps ? I'm thinking not hut thought it wouldn't hurt to ask.

    thanks in advance !

  2. Nitro

    Nitro Networkin' Nut Member

    if you are on ADSL, then you most likely will never reach 24mbit , ADSL companies provide "UP TO" 24mbit depending on a number of factors, such as the distance you are from your ISP and the quality of the line that connects you to them.
  3. Marcus

    Marcus Networkin' Nut Member

    I am getting those quoted speeds I've done speed test and get within the range sometimes better but the rvs4000 has issues it doesn't seem to have enough power to handle extra things going on. If I turn off firewall n don't use vlans it gets 24mbps while when I enable one or the other I never get close.... with that said does anyone have realative information about my origonal question?
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