About Reserved VLANs and VLAN 0 and 1


Netvisor ONE uses a 12-bit field in the header of each packet as a VLAN identifier.


Therefore, the maximum number of VLANs you can define is 4091.


Netvisor One switches reserve VLANs 0, 1, 4093, 4094, and 4095 for internal use.


VLAN 0 represents all untagged or non-VLAN traffic. Netvisor ONE uses VLAN 1 as the default untagged traffic VLAN.


Untagged traffic can be mapped to any VLAN, but by default, Netvisor One maps to VLAN 1.



Warning: If you create a VLAN with scope fabric and untag all ports, you can cause problems with the fabric communication.


Note: The untagged VLAN feature is not the same as the default VLAN using the IEEE 802.1Q tag 1.


To create a VLAN on the current switch, with the identifier 595, use the following command:


CLI (network-admin@Leaf1) > vlan-create id 595 name VLAN595 scope local


By default, all ports are trunked on the new VLAN. If you want to specify ports that are trunked, use the optional parameter, ports, with a comma separated list of ports, or specify a range of ports.


In some cases, you may not want the VLAN created on all ports. You can specify none to apply the VLAN to internal ports only.


CLI (network-admin@Leaf1) > vlan-create id 35 scope fabric ports none


CLI (network-admin@Leaf1) > vlan-show


switch:            Leaf1

id:                35

nvid:              a000030:23

scope:             fabric

name:              vlan-35

active:            yes

stats:             yes

vrg:               0:0

ports:             65-72,255

untagged-ports:    none

active-edge-ports: none

switch:            Leaf2

 

To map ports on different switches into the scope fabric VLAN, use the following command:


CLI (network-admin@Leaf1) > vlan-port-add switch switch-name ports


To modify a VLAN name, use the vlan-modify command to modify VLAN 25 description from blue to red:


CLI (network-admin@Leaf1) > vlan-modify id 25 description blue


To modify the port list, use the vlan-port-add and the vlan-port-remove commands. If you want to remove a VLAN with the scope, fabric, you need to specify the switch name.


To display the VLANs configured on the switch, use the vlan-show command.


CLI (network-admin@Leaf1) > vlan-show format all layout vertical


switch:            Leaf1

id:                1

nvid:              a000030:1

scope:             local

name:              default-1

active:            yes

stats:             yes

vrg:               0:0

ports:             1-72,128,255

untagged-ports:    1-72,128,255

active-edge-ports: 31,45-46,66,128

active-edge-ports: 65,128-129

switch:            Leaf2

id:                1

nvid:              a000024:1

scope:             local

name:              default-1

active:            yes

stats:             yes

vrg:               0:0

ports:             1-72,128-129,255

untagged-ports:    1-72,128-129,255

 

To configure ports 17 and 18 to accept untagged packets and map them to VLAN 595, use the following command:


CLI (network-admin@Leaf1) > vlan-port-add vlan-id 595 ports 17,18 untagged


Netvisor ONE supports configuring a range of VLANs:


CLI (network-admin@Leaf1) > vlan-create range 11-13