On 9/28/07, Jewell, Michael <mjewell at law dot umaryland dot edu> wrote:
> Normally you remove vlan1 from the ports when you use other vlans. If
> your intention is to use vlan 201 and 202, then remove vlan1 from the
> ports 1-12. Each client machine can only be connected to 1 vlan
> (untagged port), otherwise the switch wouldn't know to tag packets as 1
> or 201.
You can typically put more than one untagged VLAN on a switch port,
but like Micheal said you don't want to.
The configuration process for cheap switches is usually two fold, only
put the VLAN you want to use on the port, untagged, and set the PVID
or native VLAN depending on the terminology of the switch, to whatever
VLAN you're using.