I am a bit confused as to how to use the default VLAN on a 3Com 4210.
The switch is configured out of the box with all ports on a default VLAN 1. I need 4 VLANs on this switch:
- 100 - Internal WIFI
- 101 - Internal LAN
- 200 - Guest WIFI
- 999 - Management LAN for my wireless access points (also for switch ??)
So my question is around the default VLAN 1. I don't want this VLAN, but I can't remove it (web GUI says VLAN 1 cant be modified). So what risks does this impose? If all my ports ends up in this VLAN then don't this go against what VLANs are all about? I don't want this broadcast domain between all ports. I want to cut this switch up and have 4 ports for wireless access points (these are trunks - WAP's will be untagged VALN 999; Internal WIFI 100; Guest WIFI 200), 20 ports for internal LAN and the two trunks that connect the switch to the pfSense router (Alix 2D13).