Have a couple of the TL-SG108PE (PoE version) on the bench at the moment.
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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.
Hi,Before Christmas I was given a nice constructors pen by one of our suppliers who we have bought heavily off in 2017.I believed it was this pen, available locally for about $15.00AUS.It ran out of ink today, so I went looking for the ink cartridge, which is not a standard size.My pen has TROIKA written on it, I noticed that the above pen actually had some subtle differences, and is actually a cheap copy.This is a TROIKA. "Mine ! ! ! "On ebay they sell for $50 to $70... The Australian TROIKA shop sells them for $35.. hmmm might be some money to make... Refils 5 for $12.So, I will treat it with a bit of care from now on...Tom..
I have all my stuff on a USB drive only so transferring to another PC is just plug out and plug in.