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Draytek Vigor 2860 - LAN port setup

Hi Experts,

I have a Draytek Vigor 2860

I want to be able to use more than the 1st LAN port. (this is the first router I have ever setup by the way!)

when I plug a switch into LAN port 2 it works fine, and 3 and so on. but in the Admin console it looks like nothing is setup for the other LAN ports, only LAN1. infact it shows that the other LAN ports have DHCP enabled aswell which I don't want.

look at the picture and advice please

peggiegreg
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Hi

Your router has been configured with VLANs. These are virtual lans each with its own IP subnet.

If you what all 6 LAN ports in the same VLAN just pick the one you want to use and in the second window make them all in the same lan.
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i am sorry Mark but I don't understand, I know that I set it up with VLAN because I have a BT infinity line that goes directly into the draytek instead of needing a modem.

on the general setup page I don't have a details page for LAN 2, its all grey'd out.
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sorry its a Friday and been a long week. I know that VLAN and VDSL are 2 different things but my brain decided to not tell the difference, apologies for that!

and this worked fine, thanks Mark