port based vlan and 802.1g tag vlanLocked
Hi , i am comfusing for the vlan 802.1q vlan and port based vlan. i dont know what the different between them. hope you can give me a hand.
1.)Port-based VLAN assigns VLAN memberships to certain ports of a switch.
2.)802.1q tag VLAN creates a TAG on each packet instructing ports of switch to accept and reject those packets.
3.)example : 1st switches is have configure port based VLAN with VLAN 1 , VLAN 2 .
2nd switches is have configure port based vlan with vlan 3 , vlan 4.
4.)if i plug in a ethernet cable to 2nd switches, is possible i can be a member for vlan 1?
This only can be done by 802.1q vlan.
am i right, please advice.
i need your hand to correct my fault.