I may ask a stupid question - forgive me ;) - will this configuration work:
FG60F + LAN with unmanaged switches.
In your FG, one of the physical LAN ports (e.g. LAN3) belongs to the VLAN Switch. If I create a new VLAN interface and connect it to the Switch VLAN interface, is there a chance to create a working VLAN? Will it be possible to communicate between this VLAN and the VLAN Switch after creating appropriate firewall policies?
Does it need to be solved differently?
I want to create a separate subnet that will be able to communicate with the VLAN Switch to a limited extent.
By default with a 60F all LAN1(internal1)-LAN5(internal5) are bound to a VLAN switch "internal". If you create a VLAN subinterface on the internal interface, that would connect to a switch at any of those ports with the VLAN tag.
A VLAN subinterface is an independent interface you can configure an IP. Different from "internal".
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