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    ismashkhy
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    My LAN is ETH00
    WAN is ETH01

    BRIDGE00 them

    ETH00–>ETH01

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    I want zeroshell to act as a transparent filter across from my VLAN manage switch to the Main Firewall,

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    from my VLAN Manage switch

    VLAN100 = DC Active Directory
    VLAN110 = CLients
    VLAN210 = Guest

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    How can I pass the VLAN tags across with zeroshell

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    And also Win2K3 AD w/c is member of VLAN100 will manage the DHCP leases and request.

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    VLAN100
    MAin FW = 10.5.0.2
    Zeroshell (Bridge) = 10.5.0.3
    Win2k3 = 10.5.0.1
    DNS = 10.5.0.1

    VLAN110
    IP GW= 10.5.10.1/24

    VLAN210
    IP GW= 10.5.210.1/24

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    I have tried all FW distro that I could try,

    but Zeroshell might fit my needs,

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    #51980

    JamesR
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    @ismashkhy wrote:

    My LAN is ETH00
    WAN is ETH01

    BRIDGE00 them

    ETH00–>ETH01

    =============

    I want zeroshell to act as a transparent filter across from my VLAN manage switch to the Main Firewall,

    =============

    from my VLAN Manage switch

    VLAN100 = DC Active Directory
    VLAN110 = CLients
    VLAN210 = Guest

    =============

    How can I pass the VLAN tags across with zeroshell

    =============

    And also Win2K3 AD w/c is member of VLAN100 will manage the DHCP leases and request.

    =============
    VLAN100
    MAin FW = 10.5.0.2
    Zeroshell (Bridge) = 10.5.0.3
    Win2k3 = 10.5.0.1
    DNS = 10.5.0.1

    VLAN110
    IP GW= 10.5.10.1/24

    VLAN210
    IP GW= 10.5.210.1/24

    =============

    I have tried all FW distro that I could try,

    but Zeroshell might fit my needs,

    =================

    I had to create vlan’s on my box for the ETH interfaces. I put them on ETH01.10, ETH01.11, ETH01.12 for VLAN’s 10-12. Once I did that, that physical interface was 802.1q (?) trunked so it talked to my managed switches just fine.

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