Change a Erase the LAN settings.

Change a 802.1Q-Based VLAN

You can change the settings for a current 802.1Q-based VLAN.

To change a 802.1Q-based VLAN:
  1. Open an internet browser from a PC that is associated with indistinguishable system from the change or to the switch specifically through an Ethernet link.
  2. Enter mywifiext.net for the set up login.
  3. The login page opens in mywifiext.net.
  4. Enter the switch secret key for the mywifiext.net.
  5. The default secret key is secret word. The secret word is case-delicate.
  6. The Home page shows in mywifiext.net.
  7. From the menu at the highest point of the page, select SWITCHING.
  8. The Quality of Service (QoS) page shows.
  9. From the menu on the left, select VLAN.
  10. The VLAN page shows in mywifiext.net.
  11. In the 802.1Q-based VLAN area, click the down bolt for the VLAN that you need to change.
  12. Snap the EDIT catch in mywifiext.net.
  13. Change the settings for the VLAN:
  14. VLAN Name. Enter a name from 1 to 20 characters.
  15. VLAN ID. Enter a number from 1 to 4094.
  16. Ports. Select the ports that you need to incorporate into the VLAN through a blend of the accompanying activities:
  17. Snap the TAG ALL connect to include all ports as labeled ports to the VLAN
  18. Snap the UNTAG ALL connect to include all ports as untagged ports to the VLAN.
  19. Snap the EXCLUDE ALL connect to bar (evacuate) all ports from the VLAN.
  20. Snap the T catch for a port to include the port as a labeled port to the VLAN.
  21. Snap the U catch for a port to include the port as an untagged to port the VLAN.
  22. Snap the E catch port to avoid (expel) the port from the VLAN.
  23. For a chose port, the T catch (for a labeled port) or U catch (for an untagged port) shows blue.
  24. For an unselected port, the E catch (for an avoided port) shows blue.
  25. On the off chance that ports are individuals from a similar LAG, you should allocate them to the equivalent VLAN.
  26. Snap the APPLY catch.

Your settings are spared. The adjusted VLAN appears in the 802.1Q-based VLAN segment.

Erase a 802.1Q-Based VLAN

You can erase a 802.1Q-based VLAN that you never again need. You can't erase the default VLAN. You can't erase a VLAN that is being used as the PVID for a port possibly; You should initially evacuate the VLAN as the PVID for the port before you can erase the VLAN.
On the off chance that you deactivate the 802.1Q-based VLAN mode, all port-based VLANs are erased.
To erase a 802.1Q-based VLAN:
Open an internet browser from a PC that is associated with indistinguishable system from the change or to the switch straightforwardly through an Ethernet link.

  1. Enter the IP address of the router or the mywifiext set up link.
  2. The login page opens.
  3. Enter the password for the mywifiext log in.
  4. The default pass word the mywifiext.net is passoword.
  5. The Home page shows.
  6. From the menu at the highest point of the page, select SWITCHING.
  7. The Quality of Service (QoS) page shows.
  8. From the menu on the left, select VLAN.
  9. The VLAN page shows.
  10. In the 802.1Q-based VLAN area, click the down bolt for the VLAN that you need to erase.
  11. Snap the DELETE catch.

Your settings are spared. The VLAN is erased.