My setup is as follows:
[internet] - Netgear FVS318N Router - Netgear GS752TP Smart Switch
FVS318N port 1 connects to port 39 on GS752 Smart Switch WNAP210 connects to port 48 on GS752 Smart Switch
On GS752, VLAN10 is set to: port 39 as T, and port 48 as U.
On FVS918, I have configured two subnets with DHCP, one for VLAN1 and another for VLAN10.
Now, if I plug in a laptop to port 48 on the switch (as opposed to the WNAP210), the laptop gets an IP in the VLAN10 range and can browse the internet.
If I plug in the WNAP210, and connect a laptop to it wirelessly, the laptop gets an IP n the VLAN10 range, but can not browse the internet.
The WNAP210 has a System > Advanced page where the option is to set:
- 802.1Q VLAN
- Untagged VLAN (checked or not), with a VLAN ID
I've tried every combination on that page, and still the same result. Wondering if I need to configure a route on either the FVS318 or the GS752.