I have a 136 unit apt property that has 6 X440 switches, 3 in one closet and 3 in another, not stacked but connected together. Port 1 of switch 1 is connected to the firewall that is VLAN capable. All ports are currently in the default VLAN.
This is a 55+ complex that the customer assumed that most of the tenants would use the provided wifi (c35 with 54 APs) for their internet. One port was provided for each unit in case they wanted to use for a PC.
The complex is approx 70% occupied and over half have their own wireless router that they are using. We were only to provide the network and the wireless and not provide support to the tenants. This was a bad decision!!
We have had more than one apt plugging in Uverse/cable gateways that they brought with them, or wireless routers and plugging in the lan port of routers into the wall jack, so now there are multiple devices with DHCP handing causing all sorts of havoc.
I have meters setup and working on all of the ports for free or paid levels of service and all of that is working.
What I am trying to do now is set up each port on a separate VLAN so that each apt is isolated, but I cant seem to get this configuration figured out. The router will provide DHCP per VLAN.
How is the best way to get this configured?