Hi, I’m helping to setup the network at a local LAN Party with a couple of hundred participants.
We have 1Gbit uplink from our ISP, and two C classes of IP’s.
x.x.213.0/24 and x.x.214.0/23
I am wishing to setup a local router to handle most stuff, but I’m not that familiar with VyOS (or ISP grade networking for that matter) that I can manage without some expertise.
What I’m wishing to accomplish is:
Every participant connecting with wire to our switches gets a public ip address (x.x.214.0/23).
Every participant connecting with wireless to our access points get a private ip address (172.16.x.x/20).
Our ISP has the uplink at VLAN 1649, and we were planning to use VLAN 20 for participants on wire, and VLAN 30 for participants on wireless.
The ISP has established a x.x.213.1/30 and x.x.214.1/30 route for us to use.
It’s the that comes now I’m not familiar with. How to setup the VyOS to be fully transparent on the public domain, and have a firewall for the VLAN 30 with NAT.
I tried to setup a eth0.1649 with x.x.213/214.2/30 and eth0.20 with x.x.213.3/24 and x.x.214.3/23 and with dhcp servers. The dhcp server delivers ip addresses, but I’m not sure at all if this is going to work…
I don’t have the opportunity to test this live until wednesday (11th February) and it would be really nice if someone could help me out get the details right before friday (13th February) when the LAN Party starts.
Included simplified network schema: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ag5s166s9z8k1u2/2015-02-07%2002_11_45-VyOS%2C%20VLAN%20and%20interconnections_%20Lucidchart.png?dl=0
Thanks in advance!