If you're curious of what I'm trying to do, I have three Ubiquiti APs that connect to a port each on a RB4011iGS+. Customers will send untagged traffic through the AP and arrive ingress on each interface, and management traffic for the APs (tagged with VLAN 80) will also arrive on them ingress. I'm keeping scaling and IP conservation in-mind, so I'd like to make it so that each RB4011iGS+ only has 1 IP gateway for the VLAN80 traffic, and 1 IP gateway for the untagged customer traffic.
I've gotten it to work by having the sector management terminate on a VLAN interface [vlan80], and customer traffic on a bridge interface [bridge80] with this config here:
This seems ideal from an IP subnet conservation and consolidation perspective, but if logical interfaces are not hardware-handled, that doesn't sound ideal for my situation since I'd rather not impact customer traffic.
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/interface bridge add name=bridge80 vlan-filtering=yes /interface bridge port add bridge=bridge80 interface=ether1 add bridge=bridge80 interface=ether2 add bridge=bridge80 interface=ether3 /interface vlan add interface=bridge80 name=vlan80 vlan-id=80 /interface bridge vlan add bridge=bridge80 tagged=ether1,bridge80 vlan-ids=80 /ip address add address=10.0.80.1/24 interface=vlan80 network=10.0.80.0 add address=10.0.0.1/24 interface=bridge80 network=10.0.0.0
What do you think? Any redesigns are fully welcomed.