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802.1Q VLAN Trunking

In addition to the ability to add multiple SSIDs and assign VLANs to each, 802.1Q trunking for these vlans would be required to allow the EERO to tag traffic that is being sent out. 

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  • I would love to see this feature as well. I run multiple VLANs, but limited on the eero.

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  • Thanks for the feedback and feature request  SynAck and  stanslee 馃憤

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  • I third this request

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  • +1

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  • This would be very helpful for running a hardware VPN router on my home network without having everyone on the LAN accessing it.

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  • Please add this. Many ISPs such as Century Link require VLAN tagging. 

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  • stanslee exactly, there are more networks than just internal and guest. there are also wifi devices that should be segregated into their own vlan in a smart home. 

     

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  • +1

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  • +1...how many can i give? is it only 1, if its more than that then all the +'s

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  • PLEASE add vlan support!

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  • VLAN support would be essential to use Eero with firewalls such as pfSense or security appliances. Please add it! (I've seen mentions by Eero support that "it's coming soon".. any updates?)

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  • This is a feature I would like to see added.

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  • i would still like this feature as well along with the ability to associate those vlans to specific ssid's may have to move a ubiquity to get the feature as it is pretty high end

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  • add me to the list for 802.1Q VLAN support.  I'd like to map my guest SSID to a differnet VLAN for security purposes

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  • +1 for VLAN support. Mapping SSID to unique VLAN would greatly add to peace of mind with the proliferation of IofT and/or guest wifi access 

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      • cstocker
      • 2 yrs ago
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      bjmohr Agree 100% to this

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  • Need this, please 馃

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  • I need at least four SSIDs/VLANs - the main SSID/VLAN for Laptops & mobile devices, a guest SSID/VLAN, SSID/VLAN to isolate IoT devices and one more SSID/LAN for work intranet access (IT dept VPN policy requirement). Right now I'm running another AP to provide the latter three. I'd much rather be running one system for all four.

    p.s. Orbi Pro offers this...

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  • Can we please get an update regarding this? 

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  • I would buy the Eero the second they offer VLAN tagging. Crossing my fingers it gets added. 

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  • This addition would make a good product great.  I need more than one SSID and would love VLAN tagging as well.  Please add this feature, and please let us know what the status of this feature request is???    +1000

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  • +1 Looking for an update on adding VLAN/Multi SSID support.

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  • Without this, it will most likely make or break my sticking with Eero's long term

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  • +1 to this. Especially with the rising popularity of smart home devices (and their questionable at best security practices), VLAN support is going to determine whether or not I continue using Eero.

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  • Wow, I'm glad I searched on this subject before actually purchasing! For those of us who are very strict about isolating IoT, trusted devices, phones/tables, guests, etc, we might have several VLAN. Right now, I operate 4 VLAN and 8 SSIDs (2.4 and 5 bands for each wifi network). I do this now on a Tomato-based router, operating as a WAP since I use pfSense for routing. Having these WiFi segments trunked over the single uplink from eero to my router is pretty much a necessary feature.

    So, until eero supports 802.1q I simply can't consider it.

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  • Come on Eero, with all this IoT we need to isolate network segments for security. I know you all understand this. Thanks for the guest isolation (node to node), but I'd like to dedicate isolated SSIDs for stuff like Plex and IoT.

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