I’ve read a lot, found the advanced settings wiki (which shows more options then i have in my adv. set.), found a lot of post on this forum, etc. but no post that tells me how to connect an ethernet device to these ports and let the Vera talk to them.
I read on the forum that you think that domotica devices show run separated from your other network devices.
This is what i want; See attachment
But i can’t get it work so, my question is; could/should it work?
And the images in the post you suggested are not working.
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This work in the way that my devices are now in my local LAN (192.168.1.XXX), but i want it to be in the Vera’s (V)LAN(192.168.81.XXX) so only Vera could communicate with these devices and so the are isolated from the rest of my devices/LAN.
Sorry, I miss understood the original post.
If that is what you require, the first posts settings were correct.
Your Vera will assign an the IP address to connect LAN ports within the range at the bottom of that page 192.168.81.100-150
You can then verify allocated IP address through Network tab and DHCP tabs
But the settings in my first post didn’t work, or i’m expecting somethings else or…
The connected device is in DHCP mode and after i change the settings, i rebooted the vera, started an SSH session and tried to ping the connected device without success. I tried the IP’s 192.168.81.100-192.168.81.105 and non of them responded.
Is there a way to find the leased IP of the connected device?
Actually it looks like MCV may have a typo in there settings. If you look at the OpenWrt settings it lists the max allowed leases of 150 clients. So that means the dhcp leases will go from 100 to 250. The MCV settings shows the end address as 150, but I think it should be the number of ip leases to hand out.
Although i think its strange that the first lease is at 206, i was expecting 100 or 101.
Also i think its strange that MCV not shows the DHCP leases and if a persons is not familiar with SSH and/or the OpenWRT GUI its almost impossible to know whats the IP of the connected device.