Configuring 802.1Q Tagging from the Web UI

  1. Go to Configuration > > VLANs > Port VLAN configuration table and specify the VLAN (Virtual LAN) membership:
    1. Transmit unicast packets with VLAN tag 100 from Port 1 to Port 2 and Port 7.
      The ISW should tag it with VID 100. The packet only has access to Port2. For Port 2, the outgoing packet leaves as a tagged packet with VID 100.
    2. Transmit unicast packets with VLAN tag 200 from Port 1 to Port 2 and Port 7.
      The ISW should tag it with VID 200. The packet only has access to Port7. The outgoing packet on Port 7 is stripped of its tag as an untagged packet.
    3. Transmit unicast packets with VLAN tag 100 from Port 2 to Port 1 and Port 7.
      The ISW should tag it with VID 100. The packet only has access to Port1. For Port 1, the outgoing packet leaves as a tagged packet with VID 100.
    4. Transmit unicast packets with VLAN tag 200 from Port 7 to Port 1 and Port 2.
      The ISW should tag it with VID 200. The packet only has access to Port1. The outgoing packet on Port 1 will leave as a tagged packet with VID 200.
    5. Repeat the above steps using broadcast and multicast packets.
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