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I just recieved my new Netgear Nighthawk AC router, and I installed the latest DD-WRT from myopenrouter.com (build 23720). I am trying to create a VLAN bridged with a Virtual Access Point (VAC) so that all of my wired and wireless devices will be on their own network at 192.168.10.1. I want it to have DHCP and to be able to connect to the internet. So far I am able to bridge the connections and assign ip addresses, but no internet access.

Here is my current configuration. VLANS page

Networking page 1

Networking page 2

Routing tables

In the future I would like to be able to configure this with custom NAT forwarding rules, etc, but for now I need to figure out internet. I've tried a lot of different combinations, but so far none of them work, and the one presented is the most progress I have made. Thanks in advance.

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might be usefull How to setup multiple BSSIDs using DD-WRT – bummi Feb 27 '15 at 0:08

Run as administrator then commands save to firewall

if [ "`nvram get wan_proto`" = "pppoe" ]; then
  wanif="`nvram get pppoe_ifname`"
else
  wanif="`nvram get wan_ifname`"
fi

# Make sure br1 has access to the internet:
iptables -I INPUT -i br1 -m state --state NEW -j logaccept
iptables -I FORWARD -i br1 -o $wanif -m state --state NEW -j ACCEPT
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