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Title: VLAN on DGS-1210-24/24P and DGS-1210-48
Post by: EthanQuix_ on January 27, 2017, 07:56:39 AM
Hi D-LINK gurus!
First of all, sorry about my English, i'm from France.

I request some help about VLAN on my switchs:
DGS-1210-24 and 1210-24P:
    - Ports 1 to 4 are on VLAN 10
    - Ports 5 to 12 are on VLAN 20
    - Ports 13 to 24 are on VLAN 30
    - Ports 25 to 28 wanted to be on all VLANs

DGS-1210-48:
    - Ports 1 to 48 are on VLAN 30
    - Ports 19 to 52 wanted to be on all the 3 VLANs

And i need to have 3 port (13, 38 and 39) on only one switch (1210-48) to be on all VLANs mentioned earlier.

How can i do? Can someone help me?
Thanks for all answers guys!
Title: Re: VLAN on DGS-1210-24/24P and DGS-1210-48
Post by: PacketTracer on February 05, 2017, 04:18:07 PM
Hi,

I'm not sure what your scenario really is or should be: Are those 3 switches isolated or shall they become connected to each other? Or shall they be connected to some other switch or switches not mentioned?

I'll only focus on VLAN configuration. No matter what your scenario might be, consider the following:

First realize that the default state of any of your switches is all ports being members of VLAN 1, where Ethernet frames are sent untagged (egress). For any port its PVID value is set to 1, which means, that any untagged Ethernet frames received (ingress) are assigned to VLAN 1. In addition the management interface is assigned to VLAN 1, and hence if you configure all ports of a switch to be a member of any VLAN other than 1 (in your case: 10, 20 or 30), you will lose connectivity to the switch's management interface!

So, your first decision should be about how to manage the switch. You have two choices:


At your two DGS-1210-24 switches:


For your DGC-1210-48 (where I think you meant port 49-52 to be on all VLANs):


PT