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VLANs on Cisco Meraki MS220-48FP?

I am trying to setup new VLANs on our new Meraki MS-220-48FP but unable to find any documentation or configuration setting. Anyone with experience with this model that can assist?
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atlas_shudderedSr. Network EngineerCommented:
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Jason ShawAuthor Commented:
I read over that document...does not show how to create new vlans, unfortunately
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atlas_shudderedSr. Network EngineerCommented:
Goto -

Switch>switchports>select switch and port to configure

From switchport page configure port type trunk/access, enter vlan desired

On any interswitch trunks this network is required on, select trunk and then add either the all statement or the vlan tag
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Jason ShawAuthor Commented:
Is that actually creating a new VLAN though? I read the configuration as just adding VLAN to that port if it already exists? Sorry, I am fairly new to VLAN setup but that is what I am reading.
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atlas_shudderedSr. Network EngineerCommented:
In order to assign the vlan to a port it has to exist.  By placing it on the port, it creates it local to that machine.  By adding it to trunks, same same.
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