Network->Interfaces: Additional VLAN on pppoe / VLAN with DHCP
Create the ability to use a vlan on an interface already defined interface with pppoe. it would also be great if you could configure a vlan interface with dhcp.
i hope you understand what i mean or do you need a more detailed description?
I got linie with vlan tagged....
i need dhcp on vlan insted of static ip
Félix Clerc commented
My ISP on FTTH provides IPTV and data on 2 vlans. Unfortunately, he also implemented DHCP snooping, meaning the connection is cut if there is not an active lease for my IP.
I cannot therefore use IPTV since vlans cannot be set in DHCP.
It would be great to be able to assign vlans IP through DHCP then
Branden Kon commented
Most of client in Malaysia require Vlan on PPPoE for thier environment
leon kok commented
ISP in my country using two VLAN ID, one for data and one for IPTV.Although I can assign the VLAN in PPPOE but that involves back end modification that will void the warranty of the unit that I'm try to avoid.
Kevin Ho commented
I would like this feature to be available too. My ISP assign VLAN on the Broadband Termination Unit (BTU), whereby IPTV and the Internet is using 2 different VLAN. It is using PPPoE and I would like ASG to initiate the PPPoE. The problem is I can't assign VLAN at the PPPoE interface.
So what you want to do is create a new interface from the Ethernet VLAN type and instead of assigning a static IPv4 address to it you'd like it to request the IP address via DHCP, correct?
Mario Techel commented
maybe we misunderstood. I don't understand your posting, maybe because it's late... ;)
i have one interface configured for pppoe, now my provider switched iptv to a vlan (vlan 8) so i have to configure an addional vlan on the interface, but that's not possible via webamin. i did it on commandline, this works. it's also necessary that this vlan get's it's ip via dhcp, did this also with cli.
as far as i know it's not possible to configure a vlan in webadmin to receive it's address by dhcp just static address. or am i wrong?
Bob Alfson commented
I'm a little confused. How can an interface work in both VLAN sometimes, but not all? Is this even possible?