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VLAN setup

I have a few units of the following switch:
UniFi Switch 48 POE-750W v3.3.5.3734
Connected to a controller.

I set up a few VLANs (1, 100, 200, 300, 400) on the controller under
Settings > Network.

After adopting a switch plugged into a trunk port on my master switch
(not UBNT) that is passing along multiple VLANs (e.g. 1, 100, 200),

how do I
a) specify which VLANs I'd like on a particular switch? (e.g. for
switch #1 I only need vlan 100 and 200, and for switch #2, I only want
300 and 400)

b) Setup the default Native VLAN for the all the ports on switch #1 to
be, say, VLAN 100, and allows tagged devices to select vlan1 or vlan
200

c) specify port 16 to have a native VLAN of 200 (unlike all the other
ports on the switch that have 100 as native VLAN)


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Re: VLAN setup

Looks like I have it under control now.

 

When you select any of the switches in the site and go to:
Configuration > Networks/VLANs > Actions and click on the edit button, you can check off which VLANs you'd like to pass if tagged when that network is the "native" network. So, for VLAN ID 100, you can select 200, 300, and 400 to be tagged.

On a port level, say I'd like port 36 to have a Native VLAN of 100, I go to ports > actions > networks/VLAN and I select the 100 VLAN.

Anything plugged in to port 36 will get a 100 address, unless tagged with 200, 300, or 400. In that case, they will get the VLAN they need.

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Re: VLAN setup

hello

 

as per developer reply in tne next version vlan management will be available mine i have 13 units brandnew usg but not usable at the moment because of this vlan management issue https://community.ubnt.com/t5/UniFi-Routing-Switching/Management-VLAN-tagged-packets-and-self-ip/m-p...

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Re: VLAN setup

Looks like I have it under control now.

 

When you select any of the switches in the site and go to:
Configuration > Networks/VLANs > Actions and click on the edit button, you can check off which VLANs you'd like to pass if tagged when that network is the "native" network. So, for VLAN ID 100, you can select 200, 300, and 400 to be tagged.

On a port level, say I'd like port 36 to have a Native VLAN of 100, I go to ports > actions > networks/VLAN and I select the 100 VLAN.

Anything plugged in to port 36 will get a 100 address, unless tagged with 200, 300, or 400. In that case, they will get the VLAN they need.

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Re: VLAN setup

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hello farkas, can you post a screenshot im curios how you do it for example vlan trunk carrying native but my native vlan is 100 so in my cisco port i will tag 100,200,300,400 tagged (cisco gb1 <<<<<>>>> unifi gb1) so all tagged port set in this trunk right, so how about if i untag 200 eth2 on unifi side? my existing network cisco, hp vlans trunking, tag, untag works well i cant figure it out in unifi.

 

diagram:

 

router >>>> vlan tagged 100,200,300,400 >>>> cisco gb1 all tagged >>>>>> unifi gb1 all tagged >>> eth2 untag 200