When I got my HP 1920 series switch, I consoled into it and was promptly faced with a login prompt asking me for a username and password. Why would I set a port as Access, and have it a tagged member of multiple VLANs? What is the difference between Access, Trunk and Hybrid, and how do they differ in how they handle incoming and outgoing tagged and untagged traffic? This setup you want is possible with a switch and a router/gateway, which understands VLANS and one that Doesnt (you just need to create an extra internet vlan.
The only thing not covered is step by step UI instructions but as a tech that should be easy once you understand your objective and how to achieve it. Blank Port: What if a port doesnt have a TAG or UNTAG for a specific VLAN #? Then packets that have a certain VLAN # attached to them (tagged to them) will not leave out of that port. Series offers a complete portfolio of choices for increased flexibility. It consists of five rack-mountable models with internal power supplies including three non-Power over Ethernet (PoE) models: 8-, 24- and 48-port and two PoE+ models: 8- and 24-port. This is because traffic on the way back in will either have to be put on vlan 10 or 20, so that means half of your return traffic will not go the right way. These smart-managed switches use an intuitive Web management interface to simplify deployment and management while offering you greater granularity of control of key features.
Well, I know reality stinks, but reality does not care. THe switch has a maximum of 1gbit per port so that is the limit. Cisco doesnt use those words but nonetheless the end result is the same. (For example a trunk port with Cisco is identical to a HP or NETGEAR switch tagging every vlan on a port. Pretty sure reality does not care about what your manager wants. For more info check out link below. OLD RESPONSE: I have the exact article for you. Advertising Advertising HP V1910 Switch SeriesUser Guide *5998-2238*Part number: 5998-2238 Document version: 21 Advertising. The ping got through… Now I don’t know what I’m missing in the big picture on how to make the switch deny access from the VLAN_40 to VLAN_10. I hope some of you guys can point me in the right direction.