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Solved DLink Switch VLAN


veldthui

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Hoping someone can help me. Not Win8 related but attached to a Win8 PC.

The switch is a Dlink DGS-1100-16 managed switch.

I have my router to the internet on port 1, ports 2-14 are general usage, and ports 15 and 16 I want secure from all the other ports but the router.

I have the default VLAN 1 set to ports 1-14 untagged and 15-16 not a member.
I have VLAN 2 set for port 1 tagged, 2-14 not a member, and 15-16 untagged.

With this ports 2-14 can see the router and each other okay but not 15-16. However port 15 and 16 cannot see the router.

Anyone with a same or similar switch able to help? Searched hi and lo and can't see anything related to Dlink on how to set it up.

Thanks.
 

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popeye

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Hate to tell people to go elsewhere but you may really get more help on the D-link forum: D-Link Forums - Index

Router/switch problems are really very unique because of so many different configurations. If you find an answer there please let us know.
 

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veldthui

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Hate to tell people to go elsewhere but you may really get more help on the D-link forum: D-Link Forums - Index

Router/switch problems are really very unique because of so many different configurations. If you find an answer there please let us know.
Yes well that was the first place I looked and there are no answers there. It seems the answer they give to everything there is to tell you to call the support line. Well sorry but I am not going to waste my hours in queues waiting to talk to someone.
If you don't want to answer then simply ignore this question
 

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popeye

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Dang, sorry I was trying to help. Hope you figure it out.
 

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Yes well that was the first place I looked and there are no answers there. It seems the answer they give to everything there is to tell you to call the support line. Well sorry but I am not going to waste my hours in queues waiting to talk to someone. If you don't want to answer then simply ignore this question
Wow. Great way to not get help with that attitude.

Good luck on your endeavors on figuring this out on your own.
 

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veldthui

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Yes well that was the first place I looked and there are no answers there. It seems the answer they give to everything there is to tell you to call the support line. Well sorry but I am not going to waste my hours in queues waiting to talk to someone. If you don't want to answer then simply ignore this question
Wow. Great way to not get help with that attitude.

Good luck on your endeavors on figuring this out on your own.
You may think so but being told to go away (which is basically what was said) is not a great attitude either. If the first bit wasn't there then maybe I would have taken it differently but hey I didn't.

If someone has a suggestion that applies then thanks to them I will welcome it and try it. If no one has then I guess I will just keep trying things until something finally works.
 

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    Intel Core i7-4960X Extreme 3.6 GHz, Socket 2011, Ivy Bridge-E
    Motherboard
    Asus P9X79 Deluxe
    Memory
    32GB Corsair Dominator Platinum CMD16GX3M2A1866C
    Graphics Card(s)
    Gigabyte GV-N78TOC-3GD, GeForce GTX 780 Ti
    Monitor(s) Displays
    HP LP2475w
    Screen Resolution
    1920x1200
    Hard Drives
    2x240GB Sandisk SSD, 2x3TB Segate 7200RPM
    PSU
    1500w Spider
    Case
    CoolerMaster HAF X
    Cooling
    Corsair Hydro Series H105