Relatively new to RouterOS and need some help.
Working with a RB750 and need to know if there's a solution to the below, or whether I'm trying to do the impossible.
I'm going to be running two RB750s in two separate locations, one of which is running VLAN-capable switches, one of which is not. So essentially, I'm trying to 'fudge' a solution to avoid the need for a VLAN-capable switch at this location.
Port 1 - as default (WAN, DHCP client etc)
Now, the problem I'm having is that one of the devices I'm attaching is a Cisco WAP, so this needs to see several VLANs, carrying the tags (no problem), but also a native VLAN (no tag), and other devices on other ports need to run on one of these VLANs with no tags.
I've managed to get one VLAN operational with no issues - Create a Bridge, Add the physical interfaces to the bridge, Create the VLAN & assign the VLAN to the bridge interface. No problems.
When I try to connect a client to one of the other VLANs on the WAP (so WAP talking to RB750 via tag on this VLAN) the wireless client fails to get an IP address from the RB750 DHCP server.
The management interface and one of the SSIDs on the WAP are on the VLAN that is working with other clients with no tags, so is part of the Bridge. I suspect this is where the problem lies (for some reason) with the tagged VLAN.
Can anyone suggest a solution?
Please ask me to explain better if the above is unclear - my brain is feeling a little frazzled right now!