I've inherited a Check Point 730 Appliance at a small business office that is using it in a pretty basic setup from what I can tell. This is the first time using a device like this for me.
I want to segregate the network's VOIP devices and PCs by going down to 1 port off the appliance which is then split into 2 VLANs.
When I separate one of LAN ports and then create 2 separate VLANs (with DHCP enabled) none of the devices (1 VOIP phone and my PC) get an IP address (even after resetting their network settings).
I also tried to give them static IPs in network objects.
None of them get an IP until I turn on port based VLAN on the physical port, but then I can't split them apart, they'll still all end up under the same VLAN.
Here's what it looks like:
Check Point "Switch1" (LAN1, LAN2, LAN3, LAN4, LAN5, WiFi):
Unmanaged Switch 1, Unmanaged Switch 2
Every office device connected through the switches
This is the guide I followed: Working with VLANs on 600 / 700/1100 / 1200R appliances and Edge / Safe@Office devices
Any guidance would be appreciated,