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How to modify the DataPort Native Vlan ID?

SmallPotato
New Contributor II

Hi All,

I am using Ruckus vSZ-Essential and zSZ-D.

All WIFI traffic will be in RucksGRE Tunnel and sent to the DataPlane Dataport forwarding data out with Vlan 25 tagged.

The DataPort connects to the Cisco switch Port 1/0/1, is configured as switchport trunk native vlan 10.

The Vlan Gateway ip address is 192.168.10.1 and the DataPort is planned as 192.168.10.2/24.

I can not ping 192.168.10.2 from 192.168.10.1 now even though it is directly connected. I do believe this is related to the DataPort's native Vlan mismatching with my Cisco Port 1/0/1.

How can I change the DataPort Native Vlan to 10 to suit with this case?

Thanks for your helps in advance 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

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Hi @SmallPotato,

Ruckus doesn't have any Native VLAN Concept. If you would like to untag any VLAN, just make DP VLAN as 1. The frames would be forwarded without any VLAN tagging.

Below command can be run to update VLAN settings.

ruckus> enable
ruckus# config
ruckus(config)# interface data
ruckus(config-interface)# VLAN <ID>

Regards,

Parikshith

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Not applicable

Hi @SmallPotato,

Ruckus doesn't have any Native VLAN Concept. If you would like to untag any VLAN, just make DP VLAN as 1. The frames would be forwarded without any VLAN tagging.

Below command can be run to update VLAN settings.

ruckus> enable
ruckus# config
ruckus(config)# interface data
ruckus(config-interface)# VLAN <ID>

Regards,

Parikshith