I am using a Mikrotik Power router 732. I have a need to have interface 3 be an access port (no tagging). Then that be a L2 bridge to port 5 Vlan 97. Also want the Router to have L3 access to this bridge.
SO I created the Vlan interface, with the proper VLAN tag.
Created a bridge
Added both ether3 and Vlan interface to the bridge
Set an IP address (in proper subnet) and assigned to the bridge interface.
I can connect between the machine on the Vlan and the 732.
Neither can connect to the server that is behind ether3 (untagged)
If I turn off the bridge and assign the IP to ether3, then I can connect 732 to the other server.
I have looked at a number of online docs and all would lead me to believe that I am doing this correctly. Any idea what is wrong?
I know nothing about configuring Mikrotik devices, but based on an article on their wiki site (http://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/Vlans_on_Mikrotik_environment), I would suggest the following set-up:
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