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CruseOPNsense:
I believe that is how I have it configured, I've included screenshots below. This is on a ZyXel GS1900-48. Port 48 is the uplink from the opnsense (Set to Trunk) and Port 4 is my access port (I.e. port the computer is connected to).

VLAN Ports 1:


VLAN Ports 15:


Ports:

Demusman:
Vlan 1 should be "excluded" on port 4 but that shouldn't cause the issue you're having.

Do you have the dhcp server enabled on vlan 15?
Try it, it's a good test to see if you're actually connected.
Also, use the packet capture when pinging, you can usually trace the ping that way and see where you lose it.

If you don't get a dhcp address, you probably missed something in the switch.
If you have an intel nic you can install their ProSet driver and that will allow you to tag a vlan so you can then plug directly into the opnsense interface and access vlan15 from it.

All else looks good as far as I can see, your pics are so big I can't see the whole pic without scrolling over and that makes it easy to miss something.

opnsensemagic:
Interesting,

I just decided to learn OPNSense and figured this would be a good starting point to learn.

I spun up 3 VMs and put them on a virtual network.

First VM has two network interfaces and running the latest version


Other two are Windows Machines with IP Addresses 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.15.2 (Static IP addresses)

I can ping with the 192.168.1.2 Windows machine but I cannot route traffic or ping to or from the 192.168.15.2 machine to the OPNSense VM. I can change the IP to x.1.3 and get traffic fine.

I followed the steps outlined in the post and still getting the same issues. Would be interesting to see what I am missing.

Demusman:

--- Quote from: opnsensemagic on October 01, 2022, 01:19:31 pm ---Interesting,

I just decided to learn OPNSense and figured this would be a good starting point to learn.

I spun up 3 VMs and put them on a virtual network.

First VM has two network interfaces and running the latest version


Other two are Windows Machines with IP Addresses 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.15.2 (Static IP addresses)

I can ping with the 192.168.1.2 Windows machine but I cannot route traffic or ping to or from the 192.168.15.2 machine to the OPNSense VM. I can change the IP to x.1.3 and get traffic fine.

I followed the steps outlined in the post and still getting the same issues. Would be interesting to see what I am missing.

--- End quote ---

Check your firewall rules.
Vlans have no rules by default which is the same as block all.

opnsensemagic:
I did setup the rules as shown

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