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  Reply # 837318 15-Jun-2013 16:12
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Zeon: That switch can be configured for management on any vlan


yes, i changed that to VLAN20

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  Reply # 837321 15-Jun-2013 16:23
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Pasco: 
Thanks. for that NAT part, I just enabled that one-to-one NAT on the router. didn't set any ip range for it. with that setting, I can connect my laptop to router's LAN port and access internet without any problem. 


That was good deduction skill for sounddude.  I had no idea that the router wouldn't be doing NAT by default when it receives a single IP on a WAN port.. 

It all sounded fine to me :)

probably cos i'm way too used to adsl routers that are really difficult to turn nat off on.


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  Reply # 837328 15-Jun-2013 16:30
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What model is the Cisco router? Pretty much all of them can tag VLAN traffic on any interface. Is it a 'Linksys by Cisco' router?



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  Reply # 837329 15-Jun-2013 16:33
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Yes, it's a linksys cisco RV042

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  Reply # 837331 15-Jun-2013 16:45
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chevrolux: What model is the Cisco router? Pretty much all of them can tag VLAN traffic on any interface. Is it a 'Linksys by Cisco' router?


Alot of the new SME ones can't.





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  Reply # 837339 15-Jun-2013 17:04
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The setup I have here is

ONT ---- managed switch Port 1 (tagged vlan10)
RV042G(WAN) ---- manage switch Port 2 (untagged vlan10)
PC01 ---- Managed switch port 20(untagged vlan20)
RV042G(LAN4) ---- managed switch Port 24(unthread vlan20)

RV042G(LAN1) --- Unmanaged switch Port 1
PC02 --- Unmanaged switch Port 2

In RV042G router, I have one-to-one NAT Enable but didn't specify private and public ip range(do I have to specify? If so will that my current public ip will be the range?). Setup dhcp ranging from 10.1.1.2-60

PC02 can get dhcp and dns ok and access Internet. However PC01 just can't get ip assigned and pinged to router which is 10.1.1.1 failed.





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