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How to set up multi-subnet with port-based VLAN?

Vigor Router supports multi-subnet, which allows us to partition the LAN clients into different groups, and isolate them from each other. This document introduces how to setup mult-subnet with port-based VLAN, that is, which subnet does the LAN clients belongs to is dependent on which LAN ports does they connected to. Suppose we would like to create three LAN subnets on Vigor Router.

(For Vigor300B, Vigor2960 and Vigor3900, please refer to the article here.)

   

1. In LAN >> VLAN Configuration page, and check Enable set the VLAN as follows:

  1. Select Port1 for VLAN0, and set Subnet to "LAN1"
  2. Select Port2 for VLAN1, and set Subnet to "LAN2"
  3. Select Port3 and Port4 for VLAN2, and set Subnet to "LAN3"
   

Note: Once VLAN configuration is enabled, every LAN port should belongs to one VLAN.

2. In the page of LAN >> General Setup, check the Status box of LAN2 and LAN3 to enable them. Then, click OK to save the configuration and reboot the router.

   

3. The details settings of network configuration and DHCP server can be edited from "Details Page".

   

4. With the above configuration, the device connecting to LAN Port 1 will belongs to LAN1, and get an IP address in 192.168.1.0/24 subnet;

   

  The device connecting to LAN Port 2 will belongs to LAN2, and get an IP address of 192.168.2.0/24 subnet;

   

  The device connecting to LAN Port 3 and Port 4 will belong to LAN3, and get an IP address in 192.168.3.0/24 subnet

   

 

 

See also:

How to set up multi-subnet with tag-based VLAN?

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