N o t e
An asterisk indicates
you must reboot the
switch to implement
the new Maximum
To enable or disable dynamic VLANs, select the GVRP Enabled field and
use the Space bar to toggle between options. (For GVRP information, see
chapter 3, "GVRP".)
For optimal switch memory utilization, set the number of VLANs at the
number you will likely be using or a few more. If you need more VLANs later,
you can increase this number, but a switch reboot will be required at that time.
Press [Enter] and then [S] to save the VLAN support configuration and
return to the VLAN Menu screen.
If you changed the value for Maximum VLANs to support, you will see an
asterisk next to the VLAN Support option (see below).
Figure 2-9. VLAN Menu Screen Indicating the Need To Reboot the Switch
If you changed the VLAN Support option, you must reboot the
switch before the Maximum VLANs change can take effect. You
can go on to configure other VLAN parameters first, but remem-
ber to reboot the switch when you are finished.
If you did not change the VLAN Support option, a reboot is not
Press  to return to the Main Menu.
Static Virtual LANs (VLANs)
Port-Based Virtual LANs (Static VLANs)