Hi Everyone, hope all is well.
I purchased some UniFi equipment to replace my home network which is Cisco SG200 and SG300 switches. Going from a flat network to multiple VLANs to isolate equipment. For the UniFi I have two 24 port switch, two 8 port PoE 60W switches and one UAP-AC-LR access point. Oh yeah and I just bought the CloudKey Gen 2.
I setup each switch by connecting it to a switch along with a laptop and a brick PC running pfSense with a port set as 192.168.3.x subnet. I defined my various VLANs in the software controller. I then created my LAGGS feeds on 3 of the switches. Once that was all done, I connected the switches together and connected my other configured pfSense to the switches and tested it. I was getting the right VLANS and such along with the right networks on the AP. Problem being is the the CloudKey was showing that the switches and AP were disconnected. They are all still on the 192.168.3.x (VLAN3) on the new new pfSense. I made static entries in the DHCP server on pfSense for the UniFI devices (switches, AP and cloudkey). All the devices had the same static DHCP IP when I provisioned the devices on the original setup. The cloudkey is still there on 192.168.3.2, but the switches and AP are not registering. I checked the DHCP log and DHCP leases on the pfSense firewall.
I have done lots of reading, but so far nothing has helped me to have a clue as to why this is happening. Probably something really simple. Hoping someone can point in the right direction to help me figure it out.