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Got a question I stuck up on netgear's community forum but figured I would post it here too. I'm not completely familiar with vlans and have something simple incorrect I think but I'm just hitting a wall trying to get things working correctly.
I'm running into an issue accessing a vlan from across switches. Here's what I've got setup currently. The VLAN works fine from the switch the router is plugged in to; however I can't get an IP from the other one.
Switch 1: M4100-26G; Ubiquity Router plugged into port 15.
Vlan 20: Tagged ports 15 (router), 21 + 22, 26 (uplink to other switch)
Vlan 30: Tagged ports 15 (router), 16 + 17 + 18, 26 (uplink to other switch)
Vlan 40: Tagged ports 15 (router), 19 + 20, 26 (uplink to other switch)
-No other ports are tagged or untagged they are all just left blank and not a part of the vlans.
-If I move a laptop from port to port (16, 19, 21, etc) I connect correctly and pull an IP from the correct DHCP server for that vlan.
Ports 15 and 26 are both PVID 1; the others are PVID their respective vlan that I want them tied to.
Switch 2: GS752TP
Vlan 20: Tagged ports 45, 56, 47, 48 + 52 (uplink to other switch)
Vlan 30: Tagged ports 37, 38, 39, 40 + 52 (uplink to other switch)
Vlan 40: Tagged ports 41, 42, 43, 44 + 52 (uplink to other switch)
Port 52 is PVID 1, all others are PVID their respective vlan that I want them tied to.
-This switch I can not access the router(dhcp) plugged into the other switch from any vlan segment. They are all just dead. The link is missing somehow but I can't figure it out. I've tried using the uplink ports untagged between the switches. I tried changing port 26 on the M4100 to a trunk port; however I don't see any options in the GS752TP for trunk ports?
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