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  # 2023711 28-May-2018 08:34
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Here's the main page of the ERL:

 

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No VLAN ID on the NFV4 WAN interface:

 

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  # 2023917 28-May-2018 13:04
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OK, I've taken the totally opposite approach and it seems to have worked.  Added a matching VLAN ID to both ERL ETH2 and NFV4 WAN port and it works fine without a switch in between.

 

 

 

This seems counter-intuitive to me but appears to work.  Thanks for all the help and suggestions. 


 
 
 
 


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  # 2023945 28-May-2018 13:37
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shadsnz:

 

OK, I've taken the totally opposite approach and it seems to have worked.  Added a matching VLAN ID to both ERL ETH2 and NFV4 WAN port and it works fine without a switch in between.

 

 

 

This seems counter-intuitive to me but appears to work.  Thanks for all the help and suggestions. 

 

 

Bet regardless of the settings, it was actually vlan tagging :)

 

 

 

Most "dumb" switches normally leave tags there and just route them everywhere so somewhat of a fuke the switch was not doing that!

 

Glad to hear you have got to a conclusion, makes me wonder if there is something hinky in orcons firmware, which would not surprise me if they are trying to set priority tags.





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