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How do I setup 2 VLANS with a Vigor 3300v firewall.  I have two seperate neworks on the same subnet adress and I want to set up a route between the two. I can't seem to find where I assign an IP Address to the Vlan interfaces on the 3300v, does anybody know?
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by:grimkin
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Hi,

I don't have a 3300v but it should be the same as the older models - you basically assign a port to a VLAN by ticking a box.

Go to  Advanced Setup > VLAN/Rate Control  (or similar, mine is a 2600v)

Click Enable then check the boxes to assign ports to a VLAN.

The Draytek support site has a more visual representation than I can describe here: http://www.draytek.co.uk/support/kb_vigor_vlan.html

Let me know if this doesn't answer your question ..

HTH
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by:mistyfly
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I have the area which allows me to tick the boxes (like in the link you sent). Can I put a route between the two vlans I want one of the networks to access an IP on the other network too. How do I assign an IP to the vlan port on the draytek? Or do I just assign the gateway address as the vigors ip address on both vlans?
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Hi,

I've looked at the user guide and the 3300 seems to be a bit more advanced than my old 2600. Check out A.3.1 on page 145 in the user guide this is the scenario which I think will apply to you.

The router should route between these LANs automatically unless it is configured NOT to pass LAN-to-LAN communication as depicted on page 137.

HTH, let me know how you get on.
UG-Vigor3300series-V2.1.pdf
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