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Configuration of Native VLAN on the SF and SG 200/300 Series Managed Switches
Virtual LAN (VLAN) allows a group of hosts that are not connected to the same switch to communicate as if they were on the same broadcast domain. An interface that has VLAN traffic needs to have the VLANs assigned to that interface, or packets may be dropped. When GARP VLAN registration protocol (GVRP) is enabled for an interface, then VLANs can be dynamically assigned and it is not necessary to manually assign them.
This document explains how to configure Native VLAN on the 200/300 switch series.
• 200 Series Switches • 300 Series Switches
Native VLAN Configuration
Step 1. In the web configuration utility, choose VLAN Management > Default VLAN Settings. The Default VLAN Settings page opens:
Step 2. In the Default VLAN ID After Reboot field enter the VLAN which is your Native VLAN ID number.
Step 3. In the web configuration utility, choose Administration > Management Interface > IPv4 Interface. The IPv4 Interface page opens:
Step 4. Choose the VLAN you want to be the Management/Native VLAN in the Management VLAN drop-down list.
Step 5. Assign an IP address to the management VLAN in the IP Address field.