I installed Tomato on my ASUS RT-N66U and am trying to get VLAN to work.
I have a pfSense box connected to the WAN port of my ASUS router. pfSense handles DHCP, DNS etc.
I installed Tomato to set up a VLAN 1 for the LAN ports of the RT-N66U and a VLAN 2 for the wireless network. The routing etc. is handled by the pfSense box.
My problem is now that I can't get it to work. I created a bridge (br0) with IP address 10.0.0.254 without DHCP being enabled. This bridge is assigned to VLAN 2 (for the LAN ports). All ports including the WAN port have no checkmark set in "tagged" (this should be correct from my understanding as the tagging is done by the ASUS).
The VLANs are configured in pfSense including DHCP.
My expectation is that the ASUS box receives an IP address on the WAN port from pfSense. The bridge connects the WAN port with the LAN 1(-4) port(s) and tags them as VLAN 2. This way pfSense knows this is a VLAN 2 package and replies via its virtual interface for VLAN 2.
Is my thinking wrong? Is the RT-N66U not capable of doing this with Tomato?
Would be great if somebody could help me on this to understand the problem.