An alternative solution is:I have a need for both tagged and untagged virtual AP's. All interfaces need to be bridged out the ether1 port with tags intact.
Here is the history of what i have tried.
1. Bridging the vlan interfaces and the nontagged virtual ap interfaces to the ether1 port. Failure: The vlan interfaces failed to pass traffic.
2. Bridging all virtual ap's to the ether1 port. The vlans failed to tag the packets as the bridging occurs before the tagging.
3. Bridging all virtual AP's and tag the appropriate virtual ap's with a tag. I cannot seem to get this to happen.
It sounds like:1) Bridge VLANs interfaces not actual interfaces, to get bridged working
Inactive interfaces will be marked as disabled in the bridge. Ethernet ports are inactive and disabled in the bridge if they are unplugged. Wireless ports are inactive and disabled when there are no active wireless associations.I can ping 192.168.10.2 but no one can connect to wifi on wlan2. In 'bridge->ports' window wlan2 marked as a disabled port. Why?
Where is my mistake? Please help me to solve this problem!!!
Not sure what you were expecting, but if the MT is only connected via ether1, then putting the vlan on a different interface won't help. The VLAN/Bridge/IP configuration will not have any impmact on a client's ability to connect to the AP. Check your AP settings and try again.P.S. I am trying to assign VLAN10 to physical port (ether2-master-local), but this has no effect...
According to the wiki, and command completion, the only actions available are:I think Tom provided similar scenario, but interesting way to accomplish your scenario would be:
- create Virtual AP interfaces;
- add to bridge required VAP interfaces+Ether1;
- use 'bridge nat' to assign/deassign VLAN-ID for the specific host's data.
/interface bridge nat> add action= accept arp-reply drop dst-nat jump log mark-packet passthrough redirect return set-priority src-nat
/interface wireless add master-interface=wlan1 ssid=vap1 bridge=lan_bridge vlan-id=10
/interface wireless add master-interface=wlan1 name=wlan1.10 ssid=ssid10 add master-interface=wlan1 name=wlan1.20 ssid=ssid20 /interface vlan add vlan-id=10 interface=ether1 name=ether1.10 add vlan-id=20 interface=ether1 name=ether1.20 /interface bridge add name=native add name=vlan20 add name=vlan30 /interface bridge port add bridge=native interface=ether1 add bridge=native interface=wlan1 add bridge=vlan10 interface=ether1.10 add bridge=vlan10 interface=wlan1.10 add bridge=vlan20 interface=ether1.20 add bridge=vlan20 interface=wlan1.20