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Set the port on the HP switch to untagged for that VLAN. Assuming you are using the same HP switch to connect to the ASA, set the VLAN to tagged on the port connecting to your ASA Don't tag traffic on the endpoint.


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Q: Can layer 2 switch ports be configured as VLAN trunk ports? A: Most certainly. VLAN's are a Layer 2 construct. Q: Do I have to set both ends of the trunk as a trunk? A: Yes. A few things to note: You need to make sure that both sides of the trunk have the encapsulation configured as 802.1Q. I can't give you specifics on how to configure the trunk on ...


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I found a solution! A post by alejanp at this link led me to try playing around with vlan 0, and the following command seems to be working: Set-VMNetworkAdapterVlan -VMName MyGuest -Trunk -AllowedVlanList "1,10,15" -NativeVlanId 0 In short, I set native vlan to 0 and included my real native vlan in the allowed list. Of course, this can only work as long ...


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I only have a couple VMs set up this way and they also did not talk on the native VLAN. What we did to solve this was to set the native VLAN to something unused on the network, put the VLAN you want to use into the allowed, and then switched all the NICs inside the VM to tag their traffic.


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I have found the solution to my problem. I added a virtual IP alias within pfSense with an IP address that matches my gateway in the sonic wall (with /26 mask bit). I then added the proper firewall rules on the pfSense and SonicWALL box (Thanks Jenny D for your comment on the OP about this). Finally, I added proper outbound NAT rules on pfSense. NAT Rule ...


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I don't know what you are trying to do with vlan 2, but probably the solution is to set all ports to untagged on vlan 1. login to switch # conf t # vlan 2 # tagged 1-48 # vlan 1 # untagged 1-48 # exit # exit # write mem


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This is a late response, but I think I've accomplished what you're trying to do. How have you set up your multiple public IP addresses in the 2860? I have a block of eight from BT, five of which are usable. As I understand it, the first two addresses in the block are network and broadcast addresses respectively, and the last one is the router address, ...



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