How to config VLAN of IPTV

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by nhimc0n, Jul 31, 2018.

  1. nhimc0n

    nhimc0n New Member Member

    Hi
    First, i have one cisco e2500 and config vlan of IPTV is worked. Now i change EA6700 use FreshTomato 2018.3 and setup vlan same e2500 but not work.
    Please help me check it and tutorial me. Thanks you so much!!!
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  2. Sean B.

    Sean B. LI Guru Member

    Remove the WAN port from VLAN3. Test connectivity.

    If that doesn't work:
    Uncheck "default" from VLAN1 , and check "default" for WAN, test connectivity.

    If that doesn't work:
    Set VLAN2's VID to 0, turn off tagging on WAN. Set VLAN1's VID to 35 and check "default". Test connectivity.

    Not sure on what linksys considers the definition of "default internet" to be.
     
    Last edited: Jul 31, 2018
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  3. nhimc0n

    nhimc0n New Member Member

    thanks for help, tonight i try and will report it to you.
     
  4. manhdesign

    manhdesign New Member Member

    Có kết quả chưa bạn?
     
  5. manhdesign

    manhdesign New Member Member

    I have tested, but did not understand how your 1,2,3 helped change or kept the same way and did the 2 or have to put on the original condition? If possible give me examples in pictures, thank you
     
  6. Johan Van Dyck

    Johan Van Dyck New Member Member

    Hi

    A good tutorial to understand vlan you can find here:
    (I'm not able to post a link, so here it is in text form)
    on practicalnetworking dott net

    You need to know cisco assumes your trunk port has also the default "untagged" trafic set.

    Tomatofirmware asks to leave vlan1 (default) and vlan 2 (wan) untouched.

    to do Tomato:
    - delete vlan35 from your wan. Delete tagged from your wan. Test connectiviy.
    - Create a britch e.g. br1.
    - Create vlan35 on your trunk port towards your cisco, enable tagging for the trunk port on line vlan35.

    Go to cisco, enable/disable vlan all your ports except the thrunk port.
    - e.g. is iptv is on port 10, set port 10 to be "enabled" for vlan35. Set all other ports to be "disabled". Set trunk to be tagged for vlan35
    - On the thrunk port, set default vlan (this should be 1) as "untagged". Vlan35 should be tagged. See previous line.

    If you need to access your iptv from your regular LAN, go to advanced, lan access and add a line from "LAN" to "LAN1" (attached to britch1).

    Regards

    Johan
     
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