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HP 1820 Management And Configuration Manual: Vlan Port Configuration

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Virtual LAN

VLAN Port Configuration

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Click Apply to save any changes for the currently selected VLAN. The changes take effect immediately.
VLAN Port Configuration
Use the VLAN Port Configuration page to view the port VLAN IDs (PVIDs) and priority values assigned to
each VLAN.
To view this page, click VLANs > VLAN Port Configuration in the navigation pane.
Figure 5-3. VLAN Port Configuration Page
A port can be an untagged member of only one VLAN. If you change the VLAN that a port is an
untagged member of, then the port will be excluded from the VLAN where it was previously an
untagged member. A ports can be a tagged member of multiple VLANs.
All ports must be a member of at least one VLAN, as either a tagged or an untagged member. You
cannot exclude a port from a VLAN unless the port is a member of at least one other VLAN.
If you exclude a port from the management VLAN, a computer connected to the switch via that port
will be unable to access the switch management interface.
Ports belonging to a trunk cannot be assigned membership in a VLAN, although the trunk itself can be
a member of one or more VLANs. When a member port is added to a trunk, it loses any previous VLAN
memberships and acquires those of the trunk. When deleted from a trunk, a port loses the VLAN
memberships of the trunk and acquires untagged membership in VLAN 1.


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