So, I'm feeling utterly defeated by even the simplest setup at this point, and am hoping that someone can point me in the right direction. I've got a CRS326-14G-2S+RM that I would like to use for the core of a modestly complex network. At this point, I would just like to get a basic VLAN with DHCP configuration working. What I mean is, I would like to configure some of the ethernet ports (2-10, but that's a bit arbitrary) as "access" ports for VLAN 10 with a DHCP server, and to have ether1 act as a WAN port with DHCP client. The plan is to add additional VLANs to allow QoS and to segment the network to prevent unauthorized access to some resources, but I haven't even been able to get a DHCP sever to actually work. I've cribbed from pcunite's guide to VLANs, and obviously the example script is a bit stupid as it only has one VLAN and doesn't use all ports, but baby steps. Attached is the script I'm (trying) to use to build the configuration. What follows is my process, expected results, and actual results.
I've reset the CRS326 and not retained the default configuration (starting from a blank slate, right?)
With a computer connected to ether2 I upload the attached config script and run it from a WinBox terminal using /import SimpleRouter.rsc
The terminal responds with "Script file loaded and executed successfully"
I then check to see if the computer connected to ether2 correctly obtains an IP address. I have tried renewing the lease, stopping and starting the network adapter, and resetting the router. None of these things result in an IP address being assigned.
Clearly I am missing something very basic here, but I have been absolutely unable to figure it out after wasting a full day. I would greatly appreciate any help, actual functional examples (I've looked at the help docs, they are less than stellar), or ideas where to go from here. Thanks.