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Isolated LAN, WLAN+WAN ports

Discussion in 'DD-WRT Firmware' started by ingsoc, Jul 17, 2005.

  1. ingsoc

    ingsoc Network Guru Member

    Here's what I'd like to do:

    I want my four ethernet ports to be just the switch for my internal LAN. I'll do all the management of the device from this network.

    I want the wireless interface and the WAN port to be separate from the internal LAN, with wireless client traffic exiting the WAP on the WAN interface, headed to my firewall.

    I want both the internal and wireless networks to be isolated. (i.e. no routing between them)

    Going through the GUI, I didn't see any way to accomplish this. From within the GUI, under VLANs, I only have a 'LAN' or 'None' from which to choose: Setup -> Vlans -> Wireless

    Can anybody tell me how I can accomplish this?

    Thanks in advance
  2. ingsoc

    ingsoc Network Guru Member

  3. weezer

    weezer Network Guru Member

    Afaik it depends on your router version.

    Vlans can be set up with openwrt firmware because they have found out the characteristics of the "new" broadcom chipset.

    Maybe brainslayer has already added this code to dd-wrt...

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