What do we mean when we say Tagged VLAN and untagged VLAN.
Suppose there is a switch and we create ACCESS and TRUNK ports on it. ACCESS port is a part of VLAN say 80 and TRUNK port is allowing VLAN 80 and 90. Now when a packet will enter inside switch from ACCESS port, will switch put a VLAN header in the packet or switch will take care of the VLAN it belongs to.
What happens when a port is configured as ACCESS and is a part of VLAN 'X' and we get a packet of VLAN 'Y' on that port? Will the switch drop it or it will add a VLAN header 'X' and forward to the respective port/ports (Double VLAN tagging).