You can set up to 255 VLAN groups and show VLAN group in this page.
There is a default VLAN created by the switch. It cannot be removed at all.
This feature prevents the switch from malfunctions. You can remove any
existed VLAN except the default VLAN.
You can assign the port to be a tagged port or an untagged port by toggling
the port button. There are three types of button displays:
"U" type: untagged port that will remove VLAN tags from the
"T" type: All packets transmitted from this port will be tagged.
"blank" type: This port is not a member of the VLAN group.
If one untagged port belongs to two or more VLAN groups at the same time,
it will confuse the switch and cause flooding traffics. To prevent it, the
switch only allows one untagged port belongs to one VLAN at the same
time. That is, the untagged port belongs to the VLAN group which is called
"PVID" and configured in the "Default Port VLAN & CoS" page. If you want
to assign an untagged port from one VLAN to another, you have to remove
it from the original VLAN, or change it to be tagged in the original VLAN
Show VLAN: select the existed VLAN to display or select "Add a new
VLAN" to create a new VLAN group
Name: the VLAN name
DHCP Snoop: Enable or disable DHCP snooping on this VLAN.
VLAN ID: this field requires user to enter the VLAN ID when a new
VLAN is created
Remove VLAN: Remove an existed VLAN. This field disappears in
VLAN creation page.
effective, go to "Save Configuration" page, then click on
GigaX Series L3 Managed Switch User Guide
Figure 27. Static Address
to save the configuration. To make the configuration