There is no switch menu here! Maybe because of the snapshot? Or some missing support for that hw?
I think we chose snapshots because the wiki page told that also snapshots should run OK on that appliance.
I have that AP on the stable version now. Still NO switch menu entry available.
When I try to add bridge vlan filtering to br-lan it does not work, and I have to revert the change after 90 seconds.
Remove firewall zones and set static IP in our LAN, disabled DHCP.
Thanks @StifflersMagic for testing things and sharing the commands. I followed them and rebooted, unfortunately the AP didn't come up online again so far ...
The AP is at a customer's site, I toggled it off and on again via POE (on the switch), I still don't ping its static IP or the original 192.168.1.1 it might have somehow fallen back to. Currently I don't know how to proceed, the AP does not have a serial console port to plug into and soldering isn't a quick option ...
Maybe the customer might press the physical reset or boot into failsafe mode so that I can proceed (tomorrow morning).
My test DAP-2610 has a TTL serial soldered, so I check it with your provided config.
I changed the ip adresses only to my internal network.
If I do the switch config, the AP doesn't respond at all after reboot.
To get the AP back, customer may press and hold the reset button until the LED flashes with red color. After releasing the button, the AP reboots with his standard configuration, it will be reachable at 192.168.1.1 again.
To proceed, only change the IP adress for your needs, then do the switch config and NEVER touch VLAN 1
@StifflersMagic great, sounds good. I managed to mess it up again in failsafe mode (I edited the network file, removed the mentioned part only and rebooted. Seems I edited the wrong file in the wrong place, my fault).
Now I wait for another reset by the customer, then I might just use first_boot, log in (I have a system in 192.168.1.0/24 for access), then do the switch part etc again.
thanks a lot so far, looking forward to real progress and working VLANs today
Ah, one more: as soon as I have that basic configuration up and running, we want to manage multiple APs via OpenWISP. I already have the config to register them to the WISP server, the idea would be to build a (stable?) image with the required packages and that basic switch config inside. The other configuration like the individual VLANs and ESSIDs would come from WISP later.
So: image with predictable IP, packages, WISP-URL + creds (to register), switch0. Any opinions on that?
Here the error when I try to add VLAN 11 via VLAN bridge filtering for br-lan:
An error occurred while saving the form:
RPC call to uci/delete failed with ubus code 4: Resource not found
at ClassConstructor.handleCallReply (http://192.168.97.167/luci-static/resources/rpc.js?v=git-22.046.85957-59c3392:15:3)