Create vlan

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Need help. Never used VLANs are not experienced, but here's what you need to do.

In General there is a router linksys 4400n that Fig keeps a pptp connection with the provider. is the laptop from which I want to make a router, but there's one ethernet port.

I imagine:
the laptop connects to port 1 of the router 4400, then connects to the provider and distributes an Internet on ports 2 and 3 of the router.

In General, as I understand it, in windows it is necessary to create two VLANs. I have it vlan1 and vlan2. And there would be more to configure anything not necessary?
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And how to configure the router? It also creates two vlan'huh? One is already there by default and I create a second vlan.
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There are some necessary settings to put?
It is necessary to have vlan1 has access to the ISP (the internet port of the router), and vlan2 was merged with port 2 and 3 router.
Appropriately for vlan1 laptop connects to the Internet, and for vlan2, laptop already distributes the Internet on ports 2 and 3 router.
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Thanks in advance...
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What port is connected to the provider?
If you do it via the vlan, then the router should be something like this (x-port ISP):
x — access tag 1
1 — trunk tag of 1.2
2,3 access tag 2
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A little off topic, but I do in Linux is much easier. One interface hung up 2 different virtual IPS and everything was working quickly, stably and without any problems.
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I work with debian, but in Ubuntu, minutes and other debianbased will work too. It is this:
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auto eth0:1 eth0:2
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iface eth0:1 inet dhcp
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iface eth0:2 inet static
address 192.168.0.1
\r<.....>
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Maybe easier PCMCIA/USB network card to buy?
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