For my past and legacy configuration of vlans with bridge setup, my primary goal is to do L2 isolation between connected APs (Nanostation M2) with vlans
Now i want to move up my configuration to the new approach +6.41 bridge vlan with vlan-filtering
I've been searching for a topic discussing a similar scenario i'm looking for but i couldn't find one. If there's one please point me there
My basic configuration is as follow:
1- Create vlan1, vlan2, vlan3 ... and assign them to ether5 physical interface on my CCR router
/interface vlan add name=vlan1 vlan-id=11 interface=ether5
/interface vlan add name=vlan2 vlan-id=12 interface=ether5
2- Create bridge1 interface
3- Create bridge1 ports and do L2 isolation with (horizon: 1) for all vlans.
/interface bridge port add interface=vlan1 bridge=bridge1 horizon=1
/interface bridge port add interface=vlan2 bridge=bridge1 horizon=1
and finally I create /24 subnet ip address, dhcp server and hotspot server for the bridge1 interface
So basically it's one subnet lan with one bridge interface and one dhcp server for the whole network.
Such a configuration is considered not the right way of doing vlan bridge as noted in this wiki
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Manual:L ... interfaces
as it may cause a low throughput as well as inaccessibility which seems to happen from time to time but not so often
The problem is the solution explained there cannot be done in my case
I don't think i will create a 40 hotspot server with a 40 dhcp-server for the 40 vlan interface
(I do have 40 APs in the moment)
Can anyone guide me moving my setup configuration to the new way of bridge vlan with vlan-filtering ?