We have a problem, help would be apprciated:
We have the following:
MT Router with 2 WLAN Atheros Interface and 1 Ethernet Interface (on which VLAN1 and VLAN2 is configured).
Connectivity is as follows:
Cisco with VLAN1 and VLAN2 connected to MT Router. Slave MT Radios are connected to each wireless interface of the MAIN MT Router. Host at Slave 1 can ping VLAN1 and Slave 2 can ping VLAN2. This is all fine. But problem is that SLAVE1 can also ping and reach Slave 2. Since the Slaves are on different WLAN interfaces we cannot even use the unchecking the DEFAULT FORWARD feature.
So how do we prevent exchange of traffic between the slaves on different WLAN interface and exchange should only take place through the CISCO ROUTER, which is connected to MT router over VLAN. We want that SLAVE 1 can only access VLAN1 and Slave 2 can only access VLAN2.