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Hello, I have just purchased the Reolink E1 Zoom and I am trying to stream it to my computer.The problem is my computer is on Vlan1. On Vlan2 I have connected a wireless router which gives an ip address to the Reolink camera.Both Vlan1 and Vlan 2 communicate with each other. The problem is no devices with the ip addresses given by the wireless router can communicate with other devices in Vlan1 nor Vlan2.I have tried to do port forwarding for the ip address of the camera (192.168.100.10) such that other devices from Vlan2 can see it but I don't know how to configure it for the RSTP streaming in Vlan1.The reason is the RSTP protocol for reolink already includes the port 554 in its configuration and that is a problem if I already have to do the port forwarding. Is not like I can do ipaddress:80:554.Does anyone have an idea of a possible implementation?I included an image of my configuration.Thanks in advance.
@tino_688462980841727 Disable NAT and DHCP on the wifi router and point to cisco router gateway. Maybe you need a NAT rule on cisco. Anyhow why you need a separate vlan for such a simple network. You have cisco router on the front and can implement fw rules to refrain external traffic. Why complicate life....
@joseph_1979 Thank you for your reply. In my setup I have multiple Vlans, for my own computers, my kids, Iot devices, Amazon firesticks, HomeAssistant, Reolink cameras.. etc.I will try to disable the DHCP on the Netgear wifi router and let the Cisco router provide the IP addresses for the devices connected to the Netgear router.
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