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athey:
I have two DGS-1224T switches. I have VLANs on both. All ports are labeled as untagged. the switches are connected together on port 24 on each. I want VLANs on one switch to carry over to the other switch, that is - I don't want a system on a port labeled as VLAN 2 on switch A to be able to access anything except those ports labeled as VLAN 2 on switch B. Whenever I try tagging anything those ports become unresponsive (essentially disabled). In addition, switch A is connected to our backbone network. I do NOT want any VLAN tags going out to the backbone.

How can I configure the switch to do what I want?

Fatman:
I would take a look at your previous attempt, it was correct.  Simply tag the ports you with to connect the switches with on all applicable VLANs.

athey:
Without tagging the ports connecting the two Dlinks we are also having problems getting a client box connected to switch B to boot from a server on switch A. Both client and server are on the same VLAN, although on different DLinks.
 
The line between the two Dlinks is in Vlans 1 (mgmt), 2 and 3 on both switches. Both switches have VLAN1 set in the Port VID setting table for that port.

Fatman:
I hate to say this, but you would probably be best served by calling into our BCS Support line at 1 877 354 6555.  They can walk you through this config in a jif.

mk:
hi all,

i might be asking the same question but anyhow i have no choice here now, could anybody help me on this,im using dgs 1224 t as backbone and 2 switch des 3026 and dgs 3024 for fiber module.Im reaching 200 user now and its killing me now,could anyone show how to configure VLAN from scratch as i need to have 2 different segmentation..

thanking in advance..

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