Will This Work With VLAN Setup Using Cisco RV325 Router?

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    Firewalla

    Firewalla blue/red is not VLAN aware.   So you need to connect them to the access port, so it will see that VLAN.   We are still thinking about making the Blue VLAN aware, but the challenge there is the memory footprint of dealing with multiple networks.

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    Michael Kyriacou

    Hi - I bought the Firewalla Gold and want to use it at our offices with the above VLan setup I have updated the router to a Cisco RV345. All Vlans are currently setup with their own IP subsets. If I remove the Cisco RV 345 router and replace it with the Firewalla gold will it see the 10 Vlans and just work or will I have to configure it.

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    Firewalla

    You will need to configure each of the VLAN's on firewalla, the exact same way you did on the RV345.  (each of the firewalla ports is trunk or tagged port).

    https://help.firewalla.com/hc/en-us/articles/360046703673-Firewalla-Gold-Feature-Guide-Network-Manager

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    Alex

    Is any process on vlan/trunk support on blue? I would like to monitor my primary and guest network with different vlans with one firewalla (blue).

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    Firewalla

    There is no plan to support VLAN on the blue.  

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