Forth Estuary Experimental Data Network
Most of what can be achieved via FEEDNET is courtesy of open source software. The sheer hard work, altruism and inventiveness of all open source authors is gratefully acknowledged here.
VLAN layouts and related information.
Ubiquiti VLAN info for Broadband Hamnet
Since the Ubiquiti line of devices has only 1 Ethernet port, the standalone device only supports one wired-LAN connection. If you want additional LAN connections, then you will need to add an outboard Ethernet Switch. If you need the WAN network, then you will require an outboard Ethernet Switch which supports 802.1q VLANs (virtual LANs). Configure the VLANs as follows:
DTD Linking on Linksys
When ports on the Linksys are being used in both a tagged and untagged mode some Realtek based devices have issues maintaining an ethernet connection to the switch. In 3.0.0 DTDLINK is disabled by default in order to alleviate these issues as most Linksys nodes will not likely be part of a DTDLINK network.
Enabling DTDLINK on all interfaces means that Realtek devices may not be able to connect to your node. If your Laptop/Computer? network card is Realtek based you may not be able to access your node again without the help of additional hardware.
You should be comfortable editing files from a shell session. If you are not please seek a someone knowledgeable who can do this for you, or consider investing in Ubiquiti gear which works out of the box.
Reversal can be done by disabling the DTDLINK interface and removing the option vlan2 line, alternately you may just re-flash your node.