Netopia 3346N-ENT User Guide (en)

System Configuration   3-11
port-based: The por ts set up on VLANs for this switch will inser t a default VLAN identifier (VID) into any 
non-802.1q-tagged Ethernet packet received, and they will strip out any 802.1q header within a packet 
transmitted through the por t with a VID matching the VLAN's VID. The default VID for the VLAN is selected 
by the Router.
global: Indicates that the por ts joining this VLAN are par t of a global 802.1q Ethernet VLAN. This VLAN 
includes por ts on this Router and may include por ts within other devices throughout the network. The VID 
in this case may define the behavior of traffic between all devices on the network having por ts that are 
members of this VLAN segment.
VLAN Name – A descriptive name for the VLAN.
VLAN Network – From the VLAN Network pop-up menu select None, Primary LAN or, if you have configured 
an Additional LAN (ALAN), an Additional LAN. See 
VLAN changes require a reboot to take effect. See 
802.1x – This option is only available for Router models with VGx technology. Other wise, it does not 
appear. If you are configuring a VLAN for a Netopia Router model with VGx technology (wired or wireless), 
you can specify a RADIUS ser ver for user authentication by toggling 802.1x to Yes. The default is No.
Adding a RADIUS Profile
Authentication Profile – If you toggle 802.1x to Yes, this option displays. Select Authentication Profile and 
press Return.
If you have RADIUS ser ver profiles already defined, the pop-up menu allows you to select one for use with 
this VLAN. If none are defined, the pop-up menu offers the option to configure a RADIUS Profile.
                                 Display/Change VLAN...
         +-Name---------------------------IP Address------+
         | Primary LAN               |
         | Additional LAN 1              |
         | Additional LAN 2              |
         | <None>                                         |1
         |                                                |
         |                                                |
         Once a VLAN has been successfully added, configure ports using the
         "Add Port Interface" option of the "Display/Change VLAN" menu.