yeah, when I read "do not touch vlan 1..." it didnt make sense from my experience. Right now the defualt vlan is on all ports and devices 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13 are all on vlan 1. I have no issue with leaving them there. So is the following correct then? (the diagram was "generic", in reality, I only need ports 23, 24 on a new vlan, the existing cameras are all on vlan 1 (defualt) already. I am adding devices on ports 23, 24 of each switch for a different network (ie: not cameras)
config vlan default add untagged 1-22
create vlan vlan2 tag 2
config vlan default delete 23-26
config vlan vlan2 add untagged 23-24
config vlan vlan2 add tagged 25-26
I dont see anything here that makes ports 25 and 26 "trunks"? Dont I have to enable vlan trunk (remember its a 3028P) and then add the tagged vlans to ports 25, 26? There is an option in the GUI that specifically says "vlan trunk" which is disabled, when I enable it I can add ports 25, 26 to it. Does this just do the same thing as the cli commands given?