Thanks for following up on this issue. Prior to seeing you message, I was able to create VLANs on the device and more or less it works. My first SSID (Which is still called OpenWRT) pulled it IP address from my MGMT VLAN on my pfSense router. I will pulling my hair that I could not access the internet until I realized that I had inadvertently pulled the plug from the pfsense router to the modem. Once plugged, life was groovy and I am now connected through the access point and now writing this message! (Yah!!!)
There is a couple of issues. Although I can get a address from my pfsense DHCP, and the access point is getting an address, I am not able to access the luci interface. If I attempt to ping the address or arp ping, I get a time out. Regardless, the AP provides internet connection and I am able to access other servers on my LAN. I cannot ssh either, so I am as a loss.
On the other VLAN SSID, I am able to connect to the SSID and it does provide my clients connected to the SSID IP addresses from the pfsense DHCP server, but although I am able to connect to machines on the LAN, it will not connect to the internet. Nothing has changed on the pfSense device, and considering that like the MGMT VLAN (which the OpenWRT SSID) works, I am wondering that is failing, but I will look closer at the pfSense side and see if something.
I would like to not have to factory reset and start this over, especially considering that I going to be snowing in a couple of days and I want to get the AP up on the roof before then!
Follow-up: For some reason, I was able to get access to LUCI and I noticed a couple of things: I noticed that when I was looking at the network, I noticed a difference between my "MASTER" SSID (OpenWRT) and "CLRNET"
This is the Master (which although I can't access the web interface or ssh into), which work somewhat correctly.
The network is set as lan
On the other hand, the CLRNET allows me to connect to servers on the LAN, but will not connect to the internet. Also, I am able to access the luci interface and ssh into the device. I set the network to the CLRNET vlan