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Cisco RV110W & SF300-08

Cisco RV110W & SF300-08

Cisco RV110W & SF300-08

I have a Cisco RV110W & an SF300-08. I have been trying to configure a trunk between the 2 and I'm starting to think that the RV110W cannot do it. I tired configuring port one and tagged and untagged & configure the ports on the switch to the specific vlan's I want but can't seem to pass both vlan's over the trunk.
Does anyone have any experience with the RV110W that can tell me if this can be done, if it can be done what am I missing?

RE: Cisco RV110W & SF300-08

Disregard I got it working. Forgot to add the Allowed vlans on the trunk.DUH!

RE: Cisco RV110W & SF300-08

Just looking at the manual for the RV110
It certainly does support the creation of 2 VLANs and trunking them on the LAN ports.

STEP 1 Choose Networking > LAN > VLAN Membership.
STEP 2 Click Add Row.
STEP 3 Enter this information:
VLAN ID Enter the numerical VLAN ID to assign to endpoints
Port 1 You can associate VLANS on the Cisco RV110W to
the LAN ports on the device. Choose the
outgoing frame type for each port:
Tagged—The port is a tagged member of the
VLAN. Frames of the VLAN are sent tagged to the
port VLAN.
STEP 4 Click Save.

Then on the switch, pick a port to tbe the uplink port to the router. That port also needs both your VLANs configured as TAGGED.
Seems to be a two-step process, define the port as a Trunk interface, then configure it for each VLAN as TAGGED:

STEP 1 Click VLAN Management > Interface Settings.
STEP 2 Select an interface type (Port or LAG), and click Go. Ports or LAGs and their VLAN
parameters are displayed.
STEP 3 To configure a Port or LAG, select it and click Edit.
STEP 4 Enter the values for the following fields:
• Interface—Select a Port/LAG.
• Interface VLAN Mode—Select the interface mode for the VLAN. The
options are:
- Trunk—The interface is an untagged member of one VLAN at most, and
is a tagged member of zero or more VLANs. A port configured in this
mode is known as a trunk port.

And do this twice, once for each VLAN
Click VLAN Management > Port to VLAN.
STEP 2 Select a VLAN and the interface type (Port or LAG), and click Go to display or to
change the port characteristic with respect to the VLAN.
The port mode for each port or LAG appears with its current port mode (Access,
Trunk, General or Customer) configured from the Interface Settings page.
Each port or LAG appears with its current registration to the VLAN.
STEP 3 Change the registration of an interface to the VLAN by selecting the desired
option from the following list:
• Tagged—The interface is a tagged member of the VLAN.

Your devices on the switch then need to have their switchports configured as "ACCESS" and assigned the correct VLAN as "UNTAGGED".

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