Devices with a single Ethernet interface and a swith driving different ports (e.g. eth0=> eth0.1+eth0.2) are not properly managed if the switch is on eth1 instead of eth0 (case of TL-WR841N-v8)
The TL-WR841N-v9 has eth0=>eth0.1 for LAN and eth1 for WAN, and is properly managed.
The TL-WR841N-v8 has eth1=>eth1.1 for LAN and eth0 for WAN, and it ends up doing nasty things with both eth1 and eth1.1.
#1 Updated by Roger Pueyo Centelles over 4 years ago
- Target version set to 4.1 "Macondo"
#2 Updated by Roger Pueyo Centelles over 4 years ago
- Target version changed from 4.1 "Macondo" to v5.0.0
- % Done changed from 0 to 10
- Estimated time changed from 3.00 h to 12.00 h
Anyway, the abovementioned devices won't be supported because of the 4/32 limit.
#3 Updated by Roger Pueyo Centelles about 2 years ago
- Status changed from Nou to Tancat
- % Done changed from 10 to 100
Such settings would be read from board.json now. Anyway, the device is no longer supported because of its low resources.