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configuring eth ports

  • 20 September 2020
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Hello

I have an AP330 and I have successfully configured it as a WIFI access point. I would also like to configure eth0 and eth1 as follows:

I would like to connect eth0 to my router (which is also a DHCP server)
I would like to connect eth1 to my desktop so it  receives an IP address via my router, which is connected to Eth0.

There are no VLAN’s involved.

Can this be done through CLI or do I have to put a switch between the AP and my router?

I am quite new to this, I have someone can put me in the right direction

Thanks!

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Best answer by Gtcg 6 October 2020, 18:30

Hello

Thanks for your reply!

I have managed to do it via the CLI. I had to do it via the CLI because it is an access point I got from a friend and I do not have access to the GUI...

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Thank you for your patience while I looked in to this for you. That set up should work just fine, so long as the eth1 port is set to an access port using native VLAN 1. Doing this via CLI could be tricky though, is there a reason you wouldn’t want to use the GUI to configure your devices? 

Hello

Thanks for your reply!

I have managed to do it via the CLI. I had to do it via the CLI because it is an access point I got from a friend and I do not have access to the GUI...

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