multiple vlans on DS216+II

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so I succeded in doing it ^^ . The main goal is to make the NAS available on 2 vlan with its own IP on each while not being available in other networks..

I have to vlan (1 & 3) did the following:

1. In the Parameters/network, I edited the interface and enabled the vlan ID:

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2. On the Unifi Switch I created a profile that switch both tags to the port where the NAS is plugged

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3. Then I connected to the NAS using SSH and copied the script corresponding to the interface I created:

Code:
cp  /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0.1 /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0.3

4. edit ifcfg-eth0.3 with the correct settings:

Code:
DEVICE=eth0.3
VLAN_ROW_DEVICE=eth0
VLAN_ID=3
ONBOOT=yes
BOOTPROTO=static
IPV6INIT=auto
IPADDR=192.168.10.10
NETMASK=255.255.255.0

5. reboot the code and normally you will have the nas available for both vlan

Hope it can help.
 

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if you will use one of the NAS port for VLAN w/o connection of the NAS to WAN, you can set the MTU to higher value than 1500, but you have to synchronize this value at other side (laptop, ...). Then you will get better speed.
 

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e.g. jumbo pack with 9k MTU, if the ethernet controller is supporting such feature in laptop/PC side
 
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if you will use one of the NAS port for VLAN w/o connection of the NAS to WAN, you can set the MTU to higher value than 1500, but you have to synchronize this value at other side (laptop, ...). Then you will get better speed.
that's a good trick. I may use that with the other nas I replaced that will come today instead of bonding.

Here it's more to have the nas available on a Home network + The main ;network i am using for business.
 

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