Example here, all Network Interfaces has its own DHCP-Server:
VLAN1 (untagged Network) for Device Management
VLAN220 (tagged Network) for Internet Traffic
xDSL Port = VMG-Management
Lan-Port 1-2 = Bridge Traffic from VLAN 220
Lan-Port 4 = local Modem Management Port without DHCP
Connect to Lan-Port4 on VMG-Device; get via DHCP your IP:
Open in Browser http://192.168.1.1 and Login with
User: admin, Password: 1234.
After Login, you can see that the device is On-Line. This is because the VMG-Device is in default in Routing Mode and VDSL is DHCP Client:
Go to Network=> Broadband:
These are the VMG default Profiles.
Now we must add the Profile for VLAN220 via VPI/VCI 8/35 as Bridge Profile:
In addition, we have to add a new interface group. Network => Interface Grouping:
We assign VLAN220 for Internet to Lan-Port 1/2 and to Wi-Fi:
Now we need to change some default settings:
- disable Firewall
- Set Management IP und disable DHCP-Server for Lan-Port 4
VMG-Device IP is set to 192.168.1.222/24, this is now our Management IP on Lan-Port 4 and we lose the connection to VMG-device.
Now we must assign a Static-IP to our Client, here 192.168.1.11/24 and we can access our VMG-device with IP 192.168.1.222 again:
VMG-device configuration is finished now, we can check:
Connect to Lan-Port 1&2 or Wi-Fi with DHCP; our Client gets IP from VLAN220:
VMG-Device configuration: done.