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The VLAN Advanced menu contains the following options:

VLAN Configuration

The Advanced VLAN Configuration screen provides information and parameters for configuring and working with VLANs. The maximum number of active VLANs is 128.

To define VLAN properties:

  1. Click Switching > VLAN > Advanced > VLAN Configuration. The Advanced VLAN Configuration screen displays:

    Figure 4-11

  2. The Advanced VLAN Configuration screen contains the following fields:

    • VLAN ID - Enter the VLAN ID. The field range is 2-4093.
    • VLAN Name - Enter the user-defined VLAN name.
    • Type - Displays the VLAN type. The possible field values are:
      • Static - The VLAN is user-defined.
      • Default - The VLAN is the default VLAN. The default VLAN is enabled by default.
  3. Select the VLAN entry.
  4. Enter the VLAN ID and VLAN Name in the provided fields in the first row.
  5. Click Apply to update the device.

To add a new VLAN:

  1. Click Switching > VLAN > Advanced > VLAN Configuration. The Advanced VLAN Configuration screen displays.
  2. Enter the VLAN ID and VLAN Name in the provided fields in the first row.
  3. Click Add to update the device.

To remove a VLAN:

  1. Click Switching > VLAN > Advanced > VLAN Configuration. The Advanced VLAN Configuration screen displays.
  2. Select the VLAN entry.
  3. Click Delete to remove the entry.

VLAN Membership

The VLAN Membership screen contains a table that maps ports to VLANs. Ports are assigned VLAN membership by toggling through the Port Control settings.

To define VLAN group membership:

  1. Click Switching > VLAN > Advanced > VLAN Membership. The VLAN Membership screen displays:

    Figure 4-12

  2. The VLAN Membership screen contains the following fields:

    • VLAN ID - Select the VLAN ID to be displayed and configured. VLAN ID = 1 cannot be modified.
    • VLAN Name - Displays the name of the VLAN.
    • VLAN Type - Displays the VLAN type. The possible field values are:
      • Static - The VLAN is user-defined.
      • Default - The VLAN is the default VLAN. The default VLAN is enabled.
    • Group Operation - Select the VLAN membership for all ports and LAGs. The possible field values are:
      • Tag All - Defines all selected interfaces as tagged VLAN members. Packets belonging to the respective VLAN are tagged. The packets contain VLAN information.
      • Untag All - Defines all selected interfaces as untagged VLAN members. Packets belonging to the respective VLAN are untagged.
      • Remove All - Remove all the interfaces participating in the VLAN.
  3. Select the VLAN ID from the list in the provided field.
  4. Select the Group Operation from the list in the provided field.
  5. Click Apply to update the device.

To tag or untag selected ports or LAGs:

  1. Click Switching > VLAN > Advanced > VLAN Membership. The VLAN Membership screen displays.
  2. Click a gold button to display the ports or LAGs.
  3. Click the boxes below the selected ports or LAGs to mark them as tagged (T) or untagged (U).
  4. Click Apply to update the device.

To tag or untag all the ports or all the LAGs:

  1. Click Switching > VLAN > Advanced > VLAN Membership. The VLAN Membership screen displays.
  2. Click the quick box or the LAG quick box, repeatedly if necessary, until a T or U appears in the quick box, marking all the ports or LAGs as tagged or untagged, respectively.
  3. Click Apply to update the device.

To view VLAN tagged port members:

  1. Click Switching > VLAN > Advanced > VLAN Membership. The VLAN Membership screen displays.
  2. Click TAGGED PORT MEMBERS. The VLAN Tagged Ports window opens:

    Figure 4-13

To view VLAN untagged port members:

  1. Click Switching > VLAN > Advanced > VLAN Membership. The VLAN Membership screen displays.
  2. Click UNTAGGED PORT MEMBERS. The VLAN Untagged Ports screen opens:

    Figure 4-14

Port PVID Configuration

The Port PVID Configuration screen contains parameters for assigning Port VLAN ID (PVID) values to interfaces. All ports must have a defined PVID. If no other value is configured the default VLAN PVID is used. VLAN ID 1 belongs to the default VLAN which cannot be deleted from the system. Once the PVID is changed from 1 to another VLAN ID on an interface, the default VLAN on that interface is automatically removed.

To configure Port PVID parameters:

  1. Click Switching > VLAN > Advanced > Port PVID Configuration. The Port PVID Configuration screen displays:

    Figure 4-15

  2. The Port PVID Configuration screen contains the following fields:

    • Interface - Displays the interface id (port number or LAG number) to which the PVID tag is assigned.
    • PVID - Enter the PVID value. The possible field range is 1-4093.
  3. Select an interface.
  4. Enter the PVID in the provided field in the first row.
  5. Click Apply to update the device.

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