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  1. Jason Turner
    Jason Turner at |

    Great post. Are you going to miss the extra features that Untangle provided like ad-blocking, and virus-blocker? Those types of features aren’t included on the Meraki box are they?

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  2. Dan
    Dan at |

    Chris, this may not be the right forum for this but I’m pulling lab ideas from several threads on your (great) site. I have a need to have two separate network segments with DHCP provided on each (via wireless routers). Is there a way to force one of those segments (guest wireless) to not serve DHCP requests outside that segment? I ask here mostly because I have the HP 1910 layer 3 switch connected to both, hoped there was a way to use that rather than putting up a separate firewall server.

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  3. Dan
    Dan at |

    Chris, I think my true issue is getting the layer 3 functions on my v1910 working as expected. When I try to configure an access port allowing only vlan x traffic, the switch changes it to a hybrid port. The switch only lets me use a pvlan while keeping it an access port. Once I figure out what I’m doing wrong there then I expect the other issues I’m having to go away. That’s the hope anyway!

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  4. oespo
    oespo at |

    Chris, thanks again for your tips and guides here. I’ve been following you for some time. I have almost the identical setup 2 of the same Lian cases with same internals, v1910, except i use 2 Qnap devices for storage one with SSD’s the other Ent disks, i also had a Fortinet for my FW, but went back to my Atom Pfsense box, which runs faster.

    My only question is how you have your NFS shares setup, i currently have on each ESXI host like yours 2 dedicated nics on each on Vlan 10 for storage, i also have 2 of the nics on the QNAP on vlan 10, i have setup all my ports on my v1910 to tag on all my vlans 10, 172 , and default (1). But can never get the setup to work just right, Perhaps you can share how yours is setup and what kinds of speeds your getting. BTW my Fortinet, but now my PfSense does the routing.

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