Hi all, if my server tags vlan packets already, what would i set my switch port to? would i just set it to an normal access port and a member of the same vlan ? i thought when you set a port as access any packets that come in normally are untagged
You need to set the port on the switch to be a trunk port. why? you said that the server already tagged the packets before sending them out so the switch needs to untagg those frames before sending to their vlans.
To make sure that the switch already knows the vlans as well as the server.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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