Pass two vlans over same port.

Posted on 2011-10-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
If I make a 3Com switch port link-type and permit trunk port to passed vlan 1 and 2 both works.
How do I pass two vlans on the same port on a HP 3500Y switch.
Question by:molly22
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    Accepted Solution

    Hello, you can try this :

    Lets say we are talking about port 10
    Vlan 1 is DEFAULT and Vlan 2 is ADMIN

    vlan 1
       name "DEFAULT"
       untagged 10
    vlan 2
       name "ADMIN"
       tagged 10

    Author Comment

    I  have tried this. Vlan one is data, Vlan 2 is VOIP, When I untagg 1 and tagg 2 I lose connection to switch.
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    Assisted Solution

    When you untagg 1 and tag 2 , your computer must also be connected to a switch port that is also untagged in lan1. You network card must not have any vlan configuration set.
    The switch IP address must be in Vlan 1
    vlan 1
       name "DATA"
       untagged 1
       ip-address 192.168.X.X (or any other IP configuration)

    Can you confirm ?

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