VLAN Tagging On Ether 2,3,4
Dear AMPLIFI ,
Can you enable this features because FTTH in Malaysia use IPTV which need to do vlan tagging
I just installed using DHCP update to latest firmware
Fix the issue for ppoe vlan tagging vlan 500
However have to abandon the iptv that comes with the ISP package which need to do vlan 600
Can new firmware allow us to tag vlan
@damai-aman can you shorten your suggestion and post it here https://community.amplifi.com/topic/316/call-for-feature-requests-1?
Mohd Arif Ahmad Ropie
i this issue has been solved? coz i plan to buy amplifi but wanna make sure this vlan 500 n 600 solved first before makes any purchases tia
In Europe Vodafone FFTH uses DHCP and also needs 3 VLAN , 100, 101 and 105 and woud be nice to get the chance to define more than one VLAN that todays firmware have.
I have to use vodafone router for the IPTV and VOIP and use amplifi for my home network only.
@renato-oliveira same case, do you have some news about this situation???
@ubnt-gunars hello, some news about this situation ? In Portugal all ISP have more then one VLAn one for internet, other for TV and another for phone line
@hugo-sousa AmpliFi does not have the ability to create VLANs. If this is a requirement for your ISP, you may need to use their provided equipment and place AmpliFi into bridge mode.
Any further thoughts on this? The ability to create VLANs is clearly there, as you've enabled it on the WAN port.
If no VLAN capability in routed mode, at least multiple SSID to VLAN mapping in Bridge mode?
Jason Yauman 0
This would be fantastic for people that want a guest network run off a LAN port.
The ability to create two networks that don’t see each other (for roommates etc) would be fantastic. Guest works great, but can’t add a device AND a printer because devices don’t see each other.
This is great for security if someone is running torrents and you want them segmented from your part of the network, but don’t want to buy a router and miss out on all the good AmpliFi functions that get lost in bridge mode.