TL-SG3424 VLAN Trunk question

TL-SG3424 VLAN Trunk question
TL-SG3424 VLAN Trunk question
2014-08-26 16:09:04
Region : Others

Model : TL-SG3424

Hardware Version : V1

Firmware Version : 1.11.7 Build 20140721 Rel.62726(n)

ISP : SeveNet s.r.o.


Hi!

We have some TL-SG3424 switches, and we are need to create VLAN trunk. We have ports with default VLAN1 and a trunk with VLANs 310 311 312. The problem is, that the trunk port with PVID 310 is not removed from default VLAN1. That is problem, because 2 switches are connected via default VLAN too, and if I connect the two Trunks, there is a loop. If I changed the PVID, the port should be removed from the default VLAN, and process untagged packets as VLAN310, right?

Thanks!
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Bump - This seems to be a problem in general.
2014-11-09 12:19:59
I see a similar issue - PVID has to be associated with a vlan that is configured on a given port. This should not be handled in this manner. How can we get around this?

-Patrick

zferenczi wrote

Region : Others

Model : TL-SG3424

Hardware Version : V1

Firmware Version : 1.11.7 Build 20140721 Rel.62726(n)

ISP : SeveNet s.r.o.


Hi!

We have some TL-SG3424 switches, and we are need to create VLAN trunk. We have ports with default VLAN1 and a trunk with VLANs 310 311 312. The problem is, that the trunk port with PVID 310 is not removed from default VLAN1. That is problem, because 2 switches are connected via default VLAN too, and if I connect the two Trunks, there is a loop. If I changed the PVID, the port should be removed from the default VLAN, and process untagged packets as VLAN310, right?

Thanks!
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