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VLAN in HP 4204vl Switch set Port to no

Marco Sues
Occasional Contributor

VLAN in HP 4204vl Switch set Port to no

HI, im having some trouble configuring our vlans on the switch.

I am not able to set on port to no in one vlan.. The only way i found is:

Setting the port to untagged in the default vlan.. then to port is deleted in the old vlan an transferd to the default primary vlan..

isn't it possible to set an port in the default vlan to no? Or has the port to be in one vlan?

3 REPLIES
Tijl van der Steeg
Valued Contributor

Re: VLAN in HP 4204vl Switch set Port to no

Yes a port has to be a member of 1 vlan, default or other...what traffic would go to a port that is not member of a VLAN? It would be the same as disabling it.

Your question is not 100% clear
Usaia Tawakevou
Frequent Advisor

Re: VLAN in HP 4204vl Switch set Port to no

By default all ports are part of the default VLAN. Then you have to untagged it to a VLAN so that you include it to the specific VLAN you wanted that port to be in

HTH
Pieter 't Hart
Honored Contributor

Re: VLAN in HP 4204vl Switch set Port to no

A port can only handle untagged packets for a single vlan.

So you move it arround from vlan to vlan with the "untagged" command.
the last vlan you use the untagged-command will hold the port.
vlan 3
untagged 1
exit
vlan2
untagged 1
exit
will result in the port being member of vlan2
The line for vlan3 is automatically removed from the config.

The "no untagged" command is used if you want only tagged packets processed on a vlan.