Adding Trunk Port

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Adding Trunk Port
Adding Trunk Port
2020-12-07 11:10:34 - last edited 2020-12-08 22:20:45
Model: TL-SG108E  
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: 1.0.2

I am trying to add a trunk port, but am not sure how I can do so.  How do I do this?  Port one is my uplink port.  

 

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Re:Adding Trunk Port
2020-12-09 08:59:06

Dear @droidus,

 

I am trying to add a trunk port, but am not sure how I can do so.  How do I do this?  Port one is my uplink port.  

 

All ports on the TP-Link switch are general port, you can achieve trunk by adding the port as Tagged Port in the corresponding VLAN.

For example, if you want to add Port1 as a trunk port in VLAN2, just select Port1 under Tagged Ports, apply and save the config.

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2020-12-09 13:23:43

@Fae So there is no difference between tagged and untagged? 

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2020-12-10 01:54:53

Dear @droidus,

 

So there is no difference between tagged and untagged? 

 

I don't understand why you get such conclusion. What do you want to achieve by adding a trunk port?

 

Here is a configuration example for your reference, https://www.tp-link.com/support/faq/788/

Note: in the above link, the router is non-VLAN aware, the Port4 works as Trunk port in Example 2.

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