How to permit traffic between a VLAN interface and VLAN1 (untagged) interface.
I am very very new to this so please forgive me if I've not made myself clear below but I could sure use some help.
I have a PFSense VLAN100 my LAN devices.
The Managed switch (DELL2816) only allows management via the untagged VLAN (VLAN1). So, I set up an untagged vlan on PFSENSE. VLAN100 is on a truck port (Tagged VLAN100) This works for all other VLANS. However, I cannot ping from the VLAN100 (10.0.100.1) interface to the Managed switch (10.0.9.111).
Using the PFSense Diagnostics I can ping from the ADMIN Interface (The untagged vlan 10.0.9.1) to the switch at 10.0.9.11
Using the PFSense Diagnostics I CANNOT ping from the LAN Interface (VLAN100 at 10.0.100.1) to the switch at 10.0.9.11
I have added "allow any" rules on both the ADMIN interface and the LAN interface. I still cannot ping from my lan to the switch on an untagged VLAN.
How do I debug this?
I have tremendous gratitude that you have even read this far. Please share any suggestions as to how I can figure this out.
@gtissington Are you only trying to ping it?
Did you set a protocol on the firewall rule?
A lot of times people set the protocol to TCP/UDP and ping wouldn't be included there as it's ICMP. Make sure you selected ANY as protocol.
Is the untagged vlan on the trunk port also? If so, is that vlan untagged on the switch side?
Posting pictures really makes it easier to help.
johnpoz LAYER 8 Global Moderator
@gtissington does your switch have a gateway, ie default route set? If not then no you wouldn't be able to ping from a different network..
example. here is my switch
sg300-28#sho ip route Maximum Parallel Paths: 1 (1 after reset) IP Forwarding: enabled Codes: > - best, C - connected, S - static S 0.0.0.0/0 [1/1] via 192.168.9.253, 9808:06:37, vlan 9 C 192.168.9.0/24 is directly connected, vlan 9 sg300-28#