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2930F how to make it as TAGGED PORT to enable talked to Fortigate applicance and wireless controller

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how to configure these ports 46,47and 48 as trunk port i already tagged them to all VLANs..thank you!

Re: 2930F how to make it as TAGGED PORT to enable talked to Fortigate applicance and wireless contro

There is no trunk (port with tagged vlans) or access mode on the ArubaOS switches. Just putting VLANs as tagged on the interface will do the job. A maximum of one VLAN can be untagged on a port. Example for an uplink port (10) that has a few VLANs as tagged:

hp2530# show running-config interface 10

Running configuration:

interface 10
   dhcp-snooping trust
   tagged vlan 2,5-6,9,31-37
   exit

 

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Re: 2930F how to make it as TAGGED PORT to enable talked to Fortigate applicance and wireless contro

thanks, u mean by just tagging that port it can talked already to WLC and FW(configured with VLAN also) ?

Re: 2930F how to make it as TAGGED PORT to enable talked to Fortigate applicance and wireless contro

When you add the VLAN tagged to a port, and the device on the other side of the link has the same VLAN tagged (and may be port in trunk-mode), yes they can communicate over that VLAN.

 

Small side-step, on ArubaOS Switches, a trunk is what is called an etherchannel on other platforms. So if you define trunk ports, you can add multiple physical ports that form a higher capacity and redundant link most times to other switches like your core. If you are reading the documentation, that may be confusing. If you are familiar with Cisco or Comware commands, this ArubaOS-Switch, Comware and Cisco IOS CLI Reference Guide may be useful.

 

So, yes you will be fine if you add the VLANs tagged on both sides. No need to switch port mode.

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