VLAN

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    • Newbie Question - before i start messing around ;)

      I need to bind different shares to different VLANs, is this possible with OMV?

      Situation:

      VLAN 0: AFP Shares
      VLAN 0: SMB Shares
      VLAN 0: NFS Shares

      VLAN 1: different AFP Shares
      VLAN 2: different NFS Shares

      Background: Central Backup/Sharing server, standing in the LAN. Should also offer some shares to DMZ hosts (on VLAN1 & 2 which are used as internal backup networks for DMZ)

      Thanks - Tom
      Tom

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    • How are your VLANs set up? Which VLANs are on the network port for your OpenMediaVault system? Do you have two/three nics for each VLAN? Are the VLANs the same IP range, or different?

      NFS could be bound to different network with the GUI, smb not.

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    • Different IP ranges for each VLAN. There is 1 VLAN for LAN Backup and another VLAN for DMZ Backup. And if possible the GUI bound to another management VLAN.

      VLANs planned to be on same NIC/port. If necessary could be moved to another NIC/port ... but i try to avoid that.

      So NFS should be fine .... good

      SMB i dont care. but AFP would be nice too, have some OSX machines in the DMZ which need AFP for Timemachine backup
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    • tom_tav wrote:

      There is 1 VLAN for LAN Backup and another VLAN for DMZ Backup.


      Okay, so you want to use one Machine for both VLANs? Okay. ^^

      tom_tav wrote:

      And if possible the GUI bound to another management VLAN.


      Not sure if it would work, but set the default interface to the management VLAN IP Range. See below for howto.

      tom_tav wrote:

      VLANs planned to be on same NIC/port. If necessary could be moved to another NIC/port ... but i try to avoid that.


      You have to try and error how to set it up correctly, note that it may get overwritten by GUI changes.
      wiki.debian.org/NetworkConfigu…nk.29_.28Etch.2C_Lenny.29

      tom_tav wrote:

      SMB i dont care. but AFP would be nice too, have some OSX machines in the DMZ which need AFP for Timemachine backup


      Samba:

      samba.org/samba/docs/man/manpa…5.html#BINDINTERFACESONLY
      samba.org/samba/docs/man/manpa…mb.conf.5.html#INTERFACES


      AFP:

      netatalk.sourceforge.net/3.0/htmldocs/afp.conf.5.html (Network Options)

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    • Most config files are written in their entirety from information stored in /etc/openmediavault/config.xml by batch files in /usr/share/openmediavault/mkconf/. That is why there are extra options boxes on a lot of plugins.
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    • It rewrites the config if a change is done within the WebGUI. It will create the config new based on that file:

      sourceforge.net/p/openmediavau…iavault/mkconf/interfaces

      Maybe someone who has more knowlegde about how it works can tell you how to permanently add custom changes or help to add these features to the WebGUI.

      Edit: Aaron was faster.

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