Hello guys, I have a question how to achieve the following idea in a recommended way.
I have a hAP ac2, and I have a managed switch.
On the managed switch I've divided the access ports in 3 VLANs and I've made a tagged trunk port accessing the 3 of them - let's say vlan10, vlan20, vlan30.
On the hAP, I've created 3 vlan interfaces on the trunk interface with vlan10, 20, 30, and added 3 addresses - let's say 192.168.1.1/24 : 192.168.1.0, 192.168.2.1/24 : 192.168.2.0, 192.168.3.1/24 : 192.168.3.0 attached to the respective vlan interface.
Up to now this scenario works kind-of - I have access to all machines on the 3 vlans by IP. One issue I have is I can't WoL the machines, but I suppose this is some broadcasting issue I will read how to solve.
What I want is the following: I want to bridge vlan10 to the rest of the interfaces on the hAP so that ether2,3,4 and vlan10 are the same LAN.
I'm not sure what's the correct way to do that - I tried adding the vlan10 interface to the bridge containing the other ports, but I don't have access to the vlan10 devices. I tried both to set the address(192.168.1.1/24) to the bridge, or to set two equal network addresses - one to the interface and one to the bridge, but it didn't work. I'd be thankful to hear any recommendations what are the best practices for my case - I just want the devices on the vlan10 network and the ones connected to the hAP ports and wifi to be on the same LAN.