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This article explains how to create an Ethernet VLAN interface on Sophos UTM.
Ethernet VLAN interfaces are often used on internal, managed networks, that are segmented into VLANS. When the UTM needs to connect to more than one VLAN, it may be preferable to pass more than one VLAN to the UTM over a single trunk port. This requires configuration on the switch(es) that the UTM connects to, and at minimum, the port the UTM is connected must be configured as a trunk port, and it must be a TAGGED member of each VLAN that you want the UTM to use Use this interface type when you:
This article focuses on a single interface type. To learn more about other interface types, please view KB article 118899
Known to apply to the following Sophos product(s) and version(s) Sophos UTM Astaro
Interfaces may be added and edited in the WebAdmin interface under: Interfaces & Routing | Interfaces | Interfaces.
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