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Today I upgraded my Asus RT-16 to a RT-N66U. I need 5 GHz WLAN as the 2.4 GHz band is overcrowded at my place. In evenings and on Sundays WLAN usage is almost impossible, even too slow for web browsing.
As my modem is not next to the router, I'm using VLAN-tags on my network for avoiding excessive cabling (one cable with VLAN-tags is far better than three or four cables). Other than the Motorola modem and the ASUS router there are HP Procurve switches (1810 and 2510) and a few wired and wireless devices in my lan.
The RT-N66U is running Tomato Firmware v1.28.0495.3 MIPSR2-Toastman-VLAN-RT-N K26 USB Ext.
Configuring the different VLAN (VID1 is LAN, VID10 is WAN) works as it should.
The option “Trunk VLAN support override (experimental)” confused me first, there is no such option in the RT-Branch (without enabling tagging was not possible) ;-) After setting up the options as desired they are displayed correctly.
Now I click the Save button and the router reboots. Port 4 works as desired on the tagged VLAN Line, internet and LAN access over one cable works flawless. But in the Advanced -> VLAN section, there is no indication that Port 4 has tagging on (no “On” right to the “Yes” under Port 4 / Tagged ).
This is just a visual problem, all VLAN/Tagging functionality works as desired. There is simply the "On" missing.
(Also in the first screenshot under "Other relevant notes/hints" the third point is missing)
The RT-version does not have this problem, after a reboot the VLAN-page shows correctly the VLAN tagging.
NVRAM erase has been done, configured from scratch and no restore.
Any suggestions? Thanks.
P.S. Sorry for my bad English, it is rusted a little bit after not using it several years..