Q2. I am not clear on vlan and internet on one line and how to handle it, when the vlan is NOT the prime internet feed from the primary router perspective. Mainly because I am not clear on how to bridge that............
My way of doing it: have RB's port connecting CPE (e.g. ether1) configured as hybrid port. VLAN 3999 tagged and VLAN 13 untagged. Then ether1 is member of single bridge. VLAN 3999 is then used tagged on other ether ports where needed, for VLAN 13 there's a vlan interface (e.g. vlan13) and PPPoE client runs off interface vlan13. If ISP's way of delivering data is different (e.g. native IP with DHCP handshake), configure that on vlan13.
The great thing about it: that hybrid port can be on any VLAN-aware network device (i.e. managed switch) and it still works.
Okay in this scenario, one assumes internet is coming in on vlan13, not sure where you saw that, but lets accept it as fact.
I have a similar setup and Past my WAN connection its transparent to the router and clients. In other words my router needs to interact with the ISP on vlan XX to get and send internet traffic but the vlan does not go any further. So my bridge is not using that vlan at all......... nor does it have the wan port in its bridge port settings.
So my question is ........ the way I assumed internet and setup in my previous post correct (the same thing you are doing except vlan1 which works as default quite nicely without having to pvid any PCs on the LAN etc), or would it only work by also assigning a separate VLAN for internet traffic (like 13) which requires tagging of all incomning traffic through the rest of the eth interfaces??
interface= bridgehome vlanname=iptvLAN vlan-id=3999
interface= bridgehome vlanname=internetLAN vlan-id=13
/interface bridge port
add bridge=bridgehome interface=eth1
add bridge=bridgehome interface=eth7
add bridge=bridgehome interface=2 pvid=2 ingress filtering=yes
add bridge=bridgehome interface=3 pvid=2 ingress filtering=yes
add bridge=bridgehome interface=4 pvid=2 ingress filtering=yes
add bridge=bridgehome interface=5 pvid=2 ingress filtering=yes
add bridge=bridgehome interface=6 pvid=2 ingress filtering=yes
/interface bridge vlan
bridge=bridgehome tagged=bridgehome, eth1,eth7 vlan-ids=99,13
bridge=bridgehome tagged=bridgehome, eth2,3,4,5,6 vlan-ids=13
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