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HP Procuve 5412z;

I have a new HP switch that I need to have one port in two vlans, I am guessing this is port trunking but I do not know how to do this.

Port is G24, vlans it needs to be part of are vlan1 and vlan99, this is for my vmware server so that if needed I can move my dmz servers onto another vmware server.

Thanks in advance for any help.
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from_expCommented:
hi
conf t
vlan 10
name "vlan_10"
untagged 1-3
tagged 24
exit

vlan 11
name "vlan_11"
untagged 4-6
tagged 24
exit

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mwebb_sdmcAuthor Commented:
What is the untagged 1-3 and the untalgged 4-6?

Thanks
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mwebb_sdmcAuthor Commented:
I am not sure this is exactly what I was asking for, I already have thevlan 1 and vlan 99 setup just need both of the ports to be trunked into the same vlan.

Thanks
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htamCommented:
Web Interface or "menu" under CLI
If you start working with kind of switch, the menu let you done most of basic operation eaysier
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from_expCommented:
as for my config example 1-3 and 4-6 are ports (in some hp models they are without G letter) and untagged - means port belongs to a single vlan
as for tagged - it means port is a member of both vlans.
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