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Multiple APs with multiple SSIDs

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by gfunkdave, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. gfunkdave

    gfunkdave LI Guru Member

    I have two routers running Toastman VLAN mod. One router is set up as the main internet router/gateway. The other is an Access Point only. The routers are connected via LAN cable to the WAN port of the access-point-only router. I have set its WAN connection type to None and checked the Bridge WAN to LAN box.

    I have two wireless networks set up - regular and guest. When clients connect to the AP-only router's guest network, they can't reach the DHCP server in the main router, let alone the internet. Clients connecting to the AP's Private network work fine.

    I have two VLANs set up: a regular and a guest. The regular is in, and the guest is I've given the main router the IP of and The AP-only router has and

    Do I need to set the WAN port to be a member of all VLANs and enable tagging? I think that might be the ticket...thoughts? Thanks!

    Edit: setting the WAN port (I also tried Port 1) to tagged trunk disabled all access to the router! I think part of the problem is that the ports in question on my switch were not set as tagged...but even after changing that, I still can't access the router on a tagged port. Thoughts? Thanks!

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