Hi Zach lets take a look at the links and information theirin.
https://wiki.mikrotik.com/wiki/SwOS/RB2 ... AN-Example
The first solution I disagree with.
VLAN Mode - For Trunk Ports, I believe ENABLED
is a better option than strict, leaving STRICT
for access ports.
VLAN Recieve - For Trunk Ports, I believe ANY
is best, and for access ports, ONLY UNTAGGED
VLAN Header - For Trunk ports, I believe LEAVE AS IS,
is the way to go and for access ports, ALWAYS STRIP
VLAN TAB (this is where the example is really wonky).
This is very basic and that is if a port is a member of a vlan number identified at the far left, the entry is LEAVE AS IS
, otherwise, if no affiliation to a VLAN ID, then the entry is NOT A MEMBER
. In summary, an incoming trunk port probably has all VLANS as "leave as is", whereas access ports only have one entry of 'leave as is' and all other entries for that port are 'not a member'.
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