Note the date.But I'm afraid it's too late now.Best wishesAllan
Are you arguing that it is more acceptable that 480,000 die every year from smoking than 14,000 that die in gun violence each year? Is a life a life or no?
IF we made a 5% difference in how many people smoked that would save 24k lives. If we banned all guns and video games the government deems detrimental to society, and that cut gun violence by 100 perecent thats still only 14k lives saved.
You seem to be arguing that some life is worth saving and some is not.
Also bought a TP-LINK SG108E
Have a couple of the TL-SG108PE (PoE version) on the bench at the moment.
Do you have a link to a good doc/book/pdf about vlan configuration and that sort of tech?
1. Requirement - Why do I need a VLAN?2. Specification - What sort of VLAN fits the requirement?3. Procurement - What device provides the VLAN functionality which matches the specification?4. Implementation - How do I configure a VLAN and that sort of tech, on the device I have procured?Answers to Q1, as good as any, can be found in post 2, here https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/85928-why-use-a-vlanBasic knowledge of OSI (7 layer concept) is assumed.Typically, a single 8 port switch provides no good reason and several reasons not, to implement a VLAN.
I need for a separate network for testing without other network traffic.
I also want to learn about QOS and VLAN etc
That would be a port based VLAN. .....
MTU is TP-Link's one-click version of a multi-tenancy configuration. The switch is partitioned into 7 separate VLANs, all sharing the uplink (MTU) port. When Port 1 is assigned to the MTU. Port 1 can communicate with all ports. Ports 2-8 can only communicate with Port 1. The common use case is where each port is a downlink to an unmanaged switch.It looks like you might be able to do what you want using 802.1Q.https://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-788.htmlLayer 3 could get interesting though
Transferring data is being "annoying" - copying data over the net is slow (I'm not sure why.) And "Photos" just took several hours to process my old iPhoto library.