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Tagged VLAN for Guest WiFi
Tagged VLAN for Guest WiFi
2020-10-19 22:02:56 - last edited 2020-10-21 13:57:31
Hardware Version: V4
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Is it possible to create 2 VLANs and allow both to use 1 port?  I am trying to setup a seperate VLAN for our Guest WiFi and the firewall management team has asked me to create ports that will connect to the AP's with both tagged and untagged VLANs.  Here is a drawing they sent me.

 

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2020-10-20 03:38:05 - last edited 2020-10-21 13:57:31

Dear @bkeating13,

 

Is it possible to create 2 VLANs and allow both to use 1 port?  I am trying to setup a seperate VLAN for our Guest WiFi and the firewall management team has asked me to create ports that will connect to the AP's with both tagged and untagged VLANs.

 

Yes, it's possible. On TP-Link switches, all ports belong to VLAN1 untagged. To set up a tagged VLAN, we just need to create the VLAN and add the corresponding ports as Tagged ports. For your case, just create VLAN145 and add the 4 ports as Tagged Ports, apply and save the config. Here is a VLAN configuration example for your reference.

https://www.tp-link.com/support/faq/2149/

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2020-10-20 03:38:05 - last edited 2020-10-21 13:57:31

Dear @bkeating13,

 

Is it possible to create 2 VLANs and allow both to use 1 port?  I am trying to setup a seperate VLAN for our Guest WiFi and the firewall management team has asked me to create ports that will connect to the AP's with both tagged and untagged VLANs.

 

Yes, it's possible. On TP-Link switches, all ports belong to VLAN1 untagged. To set up a tagged VLAN, we just need to create the VLAN and add the corresponding ports as Tagged ports. For your case, just create VLAN145 and add the 4 ports as Tagged Ports, apply and save the config. Here is a VLAN configuration example for your reference.

https://www.tp-link.com/support/faq/2149/

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2020-10-20 14:30:00
The 4 tagged VLAN 145 ports will have PVID of 145, correct?
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2020-10-21 04:06:10

Dear @bkeating13,

 

The 4 tagged VLAN 145 ports will have PVID of 145, correct?

 

No need to config the PVID for tagged VLAN. The PVID is only used for untagged traffic. When a port receives an untagged frame, the switch inserts a VLAN tag to the frame based on the PVID, and forwards the frame in the corresponding VLAN.

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2020-10-21 13:58:23
That worked, thanks for your help Fae.
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