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VLAN on RV042 Routers

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by net_eng, Aug 31, 2007.

  1. net_eng

    net_eng Network Guru Member

    Does anyone know if and when Linksys will give VLAN ability on the RV042 routers like it is on the RV082 or RV016? I was just curious as it would make things alot easier for me to separate some users on a remote site.

    Cheers :)
     
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    afaik there is no plans to add VLAN support on the RV042.
     
  3. soganta

    soganta Network Guru Member

    Not sure how familiar you are with the telnet cosole, but when examining rg_conf one can see that vlan is supported there just isn't an option in the GUI. Each port has the same vlangroup by default:

    Code:
    (adm69xx_1
          (port
            (1
              (type(1))
              (enabled(1))
              (speed(1))
              (duplex(1))
              (auto(1))
              (priority(0))
              (vlangroup(1))
            )
            (2
              (type(1))
              (enabled(1))
              (speed(1))
              (duplex(1))
              (auto(1))
              (priority(0))
              (vlangroup(1))
            )
            (3
              (type(1))
              (enabled(1))
              (speed(1))
              (duplex(1))
              (auto(1))
              (priority(0))
              (vlangroup(1))
            )
            (4
              (type(1))
              (enabled(1))
              (speed(1))
              (duplex(1))
              (auto(1))
              (priority(0))
              (vlangroup(1))
            )
            (5
              (type(2))
              (enabled(1))
              (speed(1))
              (duplex(1))
              (auto(1))
              (priority(0))
              (vlangroup(1))
            )
            (6
              (type(2))
              (enabled(1))
              (speed(1))
              (duplex(1))
              (auto(1))
              (priority(0))
              (vlangroup(1))
            )
          )
    
    You could change the vlangroup for a port but I've never tested this.
     
  4. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    Well change it and let us know, worst comes to worse just have to change it back.
     
  5. soganta

    soganta Network Guru Member

    I can't test it right now, but the commands would be:
    Code:
    rg_conf_set /nk/adm69xx_1/port/x/vlangroup y
    flash_commit 
    reboot
    
    where x is the LAN port no. (1-4) and y is the vlangroup, default 1.
     

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