I am lost on this, and I could use a bit of help. I have one PC that I want to isolate on my network on its own VLAN.
Here is a rundown of my equipment:
- Netgear GS752TP Switch
- Cisco RV120w Router
On the Cisco Router I created VLAN 10 and tagged Port 3 you can see the config here:
It added the VLAN Subnet Table, and it is configured to be the DHCP seen here:
On the Netgear switch, I have configured Port 26 and Port 5 to "Tag" for VLAN 10. (Port 26 goes to Port 3 on my router and Port 5 goes to my PC.)
What I am expecting is my PC on Port 5 to grab an IP address from the DHCP from the router, but instead it is picking up an IP address from my DHCP running on my main network. I am lost....
Here is what I have tried with no success:
- Untagged VLAN 10 on Port 3 of the router and Untagged VLAN 10 on the switchports. This Confige will still grab an IP from my main DHCP which is NOT what I want.
- I have tried changing PVID to 10 on Switchport 5 & 26. This will NOT grab an IP from the DHCP