creare vlan congs1200

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spvbr22
spvbr22 Posts: 2
edited November 2023 in Switch

vorrei comprendere come creare e gestire delle vlan tra due swicht gs1200 grazie potete fornirmi delle dritte?

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  • Zyxel_Nami
    Zyxel_Nami Posts: 480  Zyxel Employee
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    edited November 2023
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    Hello @spvbr22

    When connecting two Zyxel GS1200 switches, configure the VLAN member ports as tagged since both are VLAN-aware devices. Here's a concise guide:

    In the VLAN page of the Zyxel GS1200's web GUI, there are two key parts to focus on:

    • PVID: Assigns VLAN tags to incoming untagged frames on a port, defining which VLAN the traffic belongs to. This is known as an ingress rule.
    • Maximum number of IEEE 802.1Q VLAN: Allows creating up to 32 VLANs. Ports can be assigned to these VLANs with specific egress rules for outgoing traffic.
      • Tag Egress Member: Used for outgoing frames on a port to keep VLAN tags, ideal for connections to other VLAN-aware devices (switch, gateway).
      • Untag Egress Member: Opposite of Tag Egress Member, removing VLAN tags from outgoing frames for VLAN-unaware devices like laptops.

    Example - Connecting Switches A and B, Assigning Laptops to VLAN 10:

    In this example, Switches A and B are interconnected via Port 1, and you wish to have Laptop A and Laptop B assigned to VLAN 10.

    Switch A & B Settings:

    • Create VLAN 10.
    • Configure Port 1: As Port 1 connects both switches, which are VLAN-aware, you should configure Port 1 as a member of VLAN 10 and set it to "Tag Egress Member". This ensures that VLAN tags are preserved between the switches.
    • Configure Port 4 for Laptops:
      • Ingress Rule: Assign PVID 10 to Port 4. This ensures that any untagged frames sent by the laptops are automatically assigned to VLAN 10 by the switch.
      • Egress Rule: Configure Port 4 as a member of VLAN 10 and set it to "Untag Egress Member." This setting strips VLAN tags from outgoing frames, allowing VLAN-unaware devices like laptops to receive traffic without the need to process VLAN tags.

    Zyxel Nami