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First there's the loopback interface ''lo''. First there's the loopback interface ''lo''.
-Second, in this configuration, eth0 is part of the bridged interface "lan".+Second, in this configuration, ''eth0'' is part of the bridged interface ''lan''.
-Third, eth1 is configured as the "wan" interface. +Third, ''eth1'' is configured as the ''wan'' interface.
Fourth, is the switch configuration. Fourth, is the switch configuration.
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The 'config switch rtl8366s' options enable the switch, reset it and enable VLAN capability. The 'config switch rtl8366s' options enable the switch, reset it and enable VLAN capability.
-The 'config switch_vlan' options enable VLAN0 and assigns it to the 4 external LAN ports and internal eth0 interface. +The 'config switch_vlan' options enable VLAN0 and assigns it to the 4 external LAN ports and internal ''eth0'' interface.
***Note:*** ***Note:***
-The eth1 network interface is assigned to VLAN1 by default, which in turn is assigned to switch port 4 by default. Further, eth1 is also configured to be part of the virtual interface 'wan'.  Configuring 'wan' with a static ip address will provide another avenue to access the router using SSH. Finally, either of the wireless interfaces can be configured to enable wifi access as well. +The ''eth1'' network interface is assigned to VLAN1 by default, which in turn is assigned to switch port 4 by default. Further, ''eth1'' is also configured to be part of the virtual interface ''wan''.  Configuring ''wan'' with a static ip address will provide another avenue to access the router using SSH. Finally, either of the wireless interfaces can be configured to enable wifi access as well.

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