A Virtual Local Area Network or VLAN, is a broadcast (logical) domain, in which all the members can interconnect each other using physical (MAC) addressing. This membership is defined with a VLAN ID (typically from 1 - 4096), where the ID = 1 is reserved for a special kind of VLAN: Native. This Native VLAN is the default for the whole switch ports (working in layer 2), until the Administrator manually change it to another VLAN ID. Warmest regards, Team.
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