Hi, I have a question on setting the management VLAN on the MS series switches. Imagine that the switch uplink is connected to a trunk port on another switch with the following config (U-101, T-10,20,30,50,999)
- Native (untagged) VLAN-ID 101 (this is a parking lot / blackhole empty VLAN)
- Tagged VLANs 10,20,30,40,999
- Note that management should be tagged in-band management on VLAN 999
What's the difference between setting the VLAN-ID to 999 in the front-page switch settings on the dashboard, and leaving the management VLAN under switch settings as VLAN1? The way I understand this, the management VLAN under switch settings is to set the management VLAN network wide - for all switches - and setting the VLAN under LAN IP would over-ride this by exception. Did I understand this correctly?