Determine and Set an Existing 802.1Q-Based VLAN

Determine and Set an Existing 802.1Q-Based VLAN

Determine a Port PVID for a 802.1Q-Based VLAN

A default port VLAN ID (PVID) is a VLAN ID label that the change relegates to approaching information bundles that are not officially tended to (labeled) for a specific VLAN. For instance, in the event that you associate a PC to port 6 of the switch and you need it to be a piece of VLAN 2, include port 6 as an individual from VLAN 2 and design port 6 to naturally add a PVID of 2 to all information that the change gets from the PC. This progression guarantees that the information from the PC on port 6 can be seen just by different individuals from VLAN 2. You can appoint just a single PVID to a port.

 

IMPORTANT: On the off chance that you didn’t yet make a 802.1Q-based VLAN, all ports are alloted PVID 1 and you can’t appoint another PVID to a port. In this circumstance, first make a custom 802.1Q-based VLAN.

 

To dole out a PVID to a port:

 

  1. Open an internet browser from a PC that is associated with indistinguishable system from the change or to the switch specifically through an Ethernet link in order to the access to the mywifext set up.
  2. Enter the IP address that is relegated to the switch or the mywifiext link.
  3. The mywifiext.net comes up with the log in page.
  4. Enter the password for the mywifiext.
  5. The default secret key is case-sensitive
  6. The Home page shows for the mywifiext.
  7. From the menu at the highest point of the mywifiext.net page, select SWITCHING.
  8. The Quality of Service (QoS) page shows.
  9. From the mywifiext menu on the left, select VLAN.
  10. The VLAN page shows. At the base of the 802.1Q-based VLAN, click the PVID Table connection.
  11. The Port and VLAN IDs area shows.
  12. Snap the symbol for a port.
  13. The PVID menu shows.
  14. From the PVID menu, select a VLAN ID and name.
  15. Snap the APPLY catch.
  16. Your settings are spared. The Port and VLAN IDs segment shows once more. The VLAN ID that is doled out as the PVID shows with a reference mark (*) by the port.
  17. Snap the BACK catch.
  18. The VLAN page shows.

 

Set an Existing 802.1Q-Based VLAN as the Voice VLAN and Adjust the CoS Value

 

The switch can bolster a solitary 802.1Q-based voice VLAN to encourage voice over IP (VoIP) traffic.

 

The default Class of Service (CoS) esteem for the voice VLAN is 6, which you can change in accordance with any incentive from 0 (the most minimal need) to 7 (the most noteworthy need).

 

The voice VLAN CoS esteem applies to all traffic on the voice VLAN. You can set the default (VLAN 1) as the voice VLAN.

 

To set a current 802.1Q-based VLAN as the voice VLAN and change the CoS esteem for the voice VLAN:

 

  1. Open an internet browser from a PC.
  2. Enter the IP address or the set up page that mywifiext.net.
  3. The login page opens.
  4. Enter the switch password.
  5. The secret key is case-delicate.
  6. The Home page shows in the mywifiext panel.
  7. From the menu at the highest point of the page, select SWITCHING.
  8. The Quality of Service (QoS) page shows.
  9. From the menu on the left, select VLAN.
  10. The VLAN page shows.
  11. In the 802.1Q-based VLAN area, click the down bolt for the VLAN that you need to set as the voice VLAN.
  12. Snap the EDIT catch.
  13. Under the Port area, click the Voice VLAN catch.
  14. On the off chance that the voice VLAN is empowered, the catch indicates blue.
  15. From the Class of Service menu, select a CoS esteem.
  16. An estimation of 0 is the most reduced need and an estimation of 7 is the most elevated need.
  17. Snap the APPLY catch.
  18. Your settings are spared. The voice VLAN appears in the 802.1Q-based VLAN segment with a phone symbol.

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