I just bought my first GL inet router (Opal GL-SFT1200) to replace my old one. The point is that when I’m trying to setup the router PPPoE connection, I don’t find any option where to add the 802.11q VLAN. In my case I need a vlan 6 with priority 1.
Before to write this I was searching how to do it… Yes, I downloaded the LUCI interface but I still don’t know how to do it. I’m not a tech guy
What I tried to do is connect to the router with PuTTY (SSH) and add these line:
uci set network.wan.ifname=eth0.6
uci commit network
But I get this error:
-ash: root@GL-SFT1200:~#: not found
root@GL-SFT1200:~# /etc/rc.common: line 16: ./usr/bin/hnat_update_interface.sh:
Can somebody help me pls? Otherwise I cannot use the GL-SFT1200 as a router (direct connected to the ONT).
Thanks so much!
May be this is helpful for you
Thanks for sharing buddy! It worked …
So finally I created a PPPoE connection on VLAN 6. It worked well but I’m just get internet connection from my devices if I connect them wired to the router but not if they are connected wireless to the router. (doing a ping I get response but I don’t see nothing in the web browser).
Somebody knows any solution on this scenario?
It’s good that it works a little more.
I think you may need to connect your wifi radios to your new VLAN6 interface.
It may be that the wifi radios are still connected to the normal WAN (eth0.2 I think) and that interface you don’t use anymore.
Luci>Network>Interfaces>your new wan (eth0.6) click Edit >Physical Settings and select Bridge. Put eth0.6 with your wifi radios (wlan0, wlan1 etc) as in the picture below.
It may be that your luci is different, mine is 19.07, but it has the same functions that you will find in yours.
I don’t have this setup, I just put it the way you can see what it’s like more or less.
Thanks a bunch @David. Finally your solution it worked to me
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