YazFi Create bridge with Port 4 for VPN

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pilotmarcog

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I am using an Asus RT-AC68U running 386.3_2. I want to announce two SSID's. One with and the other without the VPN tunnel.

Let's say SSID1 is 'NoVPN' and it is bound to eth1 and eth2 (2.4 and 5 GHz), and SSID2 is 'VPN' and it is bound to wl0.1 and wl1.1.

I would like to separate Port 4 (1) from the regular br0 and create another bridge interface which will have the tunnel for the VPN as well as Port 4.

I would appreciate some pointers as to how modify the script.

1. The sample script only describes how to associate one wireless IF to the bridge and associated rules.
2. I understand that physical and logical ports on the RT-AC68U are reversed such that 4 is 1 and 1 is 4. Is that correct?
3. The idea is to have wired devices also plug into the VPN through the separated Port 4 and others plug into the regular (Non-vpn) through ports 1 - 3.
 

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