IPQ40xx Switch Config "Strangeness"

In the image-builder just do

curl https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt/commit/ced3840240e4095085706b3f9622c85ea646c33e.patch | git am 

Then do make clean and make target/linux/clean and compile again.

If this patch gets accepted as it is, port isolation will be default again.

Thanks. That works a treat.
I see now you can also do:
git fetch origin pull/3596/head:pr3596
git checkout pr3596

I have a GL-S1300 and had the same question as @JFlo. After mucking around all morning wondering why my vlan id=2 setting was not working for WAN, I found this thread.

I am using OpenWrt SNAPSHOT, r14966-7330348f2d (Linux 5.4.75), and for this version it's possible to reassign the internal vlan id used for the virtual wan interface. I changed it from 2 to 3 with sysctl:

# /etc/sysctl.conf

# Use vlan id=3 for virtual wan interface hack.
net.edma.default_group2_vlan_tag=3
net.edma.default_wan_tag=3

Then I set up my switch like this (port 0 is cpu and port 5 is wan):

# /etc/config/network

config switch
        option name 'switch0'
        option reset '1'
        option enable_vlan '1'

# this vlan is used internally by the driver for lan
config switch_vlan
        option device 'switch0'
        option vlan '1'
        option vid '1'
        option ports '0t 1 2 3 4'

# this vlan is the one my isp requires for pppoe
config switch_vlan
        option device 'switch0'
        option vlan '2'
        option vid '2'
        option ports '0t 5t'

# this vlan is used internally by the driver for wan
config switch_vlan
        option device 'switch0'
        option vlan '3'
        option vid '3'
        option ports '0t 5'

Thanks!

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I tested the vlan tag 2 with the current stable release 19.07.5.
Now it's possible to use vlan 2 together with the wan port, but the performance is only about 65% of the stock Asus firmware.

A "for me too" posting from me as I was directed here from my thread

The hardware is a D-Link DAP-2610 (got it wrong in the initial posting over there) and I would like to ask what I can try to make VLANs work with that hardware.

Checkout this link:

Thanks, will do.
In the meantime I made progress and got 3 VLANs working, I assume.
Right now I am waiting for the (remote) tester of the Wifis bridged to the interfaces.
I can't test that myself as I am a few hundred kms away from that hardware (yeah, that makes configuration extra fun).
In a few hours I should know more.

Hi
Any progress on this?
I can't got working WAN VLAN 35 on my GL-B1300, on pure OpenWRT.
It works fine on GL.iNet QSDK pure OpenWRT.

Follow and read what I linked in my reply a few posts up.

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If I will setup VLAN like this can I enter PPPoE settings via Luci?

Yes.

You’ll only be creating a VLAN on the WAN port.

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Didn't worked for me.
I tried this on latest openwrt.org snapshot and eko.one.pl latest build.
I put in /etc/config/network this:

config switch
option name 'switch0'
option reset '1'
option enable_vlan '1'
Was already there.

Next I tried to run PPPoE session on both: eth0.35 and eth1.35, none of them worked.

Interestingly enough, I found those options on kernel 4.14 on my Meraki MR33 as well, on 19.07 build.

Were you able to get 2 VLANs working with that?

Haven't tried yet so far, but will surely do in future.

Just use latest snapshot, it seems to be working properly with that.

I will, though I wonder which commit did fix this, is it cdc8d4b46f08: ("ipq40xx: revert usage of VLAN S-TAG") or something else. It seems that on MR33, which has one port, tagging has chance to work because it behaves as if it were a "LAN" port, but for WAN this would not work as in #69.

If you ask me then it's probably this one: https://github.com/openwrt/openwrt/commit/2e6c236abd0bebe82bf9020941f34344acb3ae1f

Would you consider merging these patches in the upstream Openwrt? :slight_smile:

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Oh well, I wish but those patches left out a lot of devices in 02_network. I removed those devices since I have no way to test them. That's why I slowly add them to my custom build upon a requester willing to test them there.

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