realtek: Setup all VLANs with default configurations

Birger Koblitz mail at
Sat May 8 06:41:07 BST 2021

Dear Russel,

depending on how a particular device was configured previously by 
u-boot, this commit might have enabled proper vlan-filtering for the 
first time on your device.  The default vlan-configuration has port 1 
configured as management port with vlan-id 100. So your DHCP server 
would need to answer with this vlan-id. Could you check that
- before the commit, the device was actually filtering vlans
- after the commit you have a correct vlan configuration on the device 
talking to the switch on port 1 and that this corresponds to the vlan 
configuration of that port


On 08/05/2021 01:55, Russell Senior wrote:
> The recent commit 4342d27ec90cd0988fd3e62ccefbe66f2e691372 to OpenWrt
> seems to have broken the network on my Netgear GS108T v3. After about
> 300-500 seconds of uptime, the interface (in my case, switch.1
> configured as WAN) stops receiving traffic. Nothing in dmesg or syslog
> at the time of failure. From tcpdump -i switch.1 I can see the device
> ARP'ing for the gateway address (which it received by DHCP) but not
> seeing anything come back. Rolling back to the commit immediately
> before and I don't see the problem and can ping the gateway
> indefinitely.
> Thanks!

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