GS1200-5 trunk port

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Looking into this product and i was wondering how do i create a trunk port to the router and vlans assigned to each port?

in more detail i would like to have eth1 to be trunk port and carry all vlans to my router, eth2-5 assigned to vlan20,30,40,50 respectively.

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  • Zyxel_Nami
    Zyxel_Nami Posts: 480  Zyxel Employee
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    Hello @atux_null

    Your setup requires configuring port 1 (eth1) as a trunk port to allow traffic from all VLANs to reach your router. To achieve this, set port 1 as a Tagged Egress Member (orange box) for each VLAN and its PVID at 1.

    For other ports (eth2 → eth5), it is important to know if the connected devices are VLAN-aware to determine the correct VLAN configuration.

    Please consult our detailed FAQ for step-by-step guidance:

    Remember, ensuring your router is configured to recognize these VLANs is crucial for successful communication.

    Please let us know if anything needs to be clarified

    Zyxel Nami

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  • Zyxel_Nami
    Zyxel_Nami Posts: 480  Zyxel Employee
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    Hello @atux_null

    Your setup requires configuring port 1 (eth1) as a trunk port to allow traffic from all VLANs to reach your router. To achieve this, set port 1 as a Tagged Egress Member (orange box) for each VLAN and its PVID at 1.

    For other ports (eth2 → eth5), it is important to know if the connected devices are VLAN-aware to determine the correct VLAN configuration.

    Please consult our detailed FAQ for step-by-step guidance:

    Remember, ensuring your router is configured to recognize these VLANs is crucial for successful communication.

    Please let us know if anything needs to be clarified

    Zyxel Nami