As of Firmware 6.3, users can assign a specific VLAN to a LAN Port. Here are the steps to use this feature:
NB: Not all models support per-port VLAN support. See our full model comparison for details.
UPDATE: Per-port VLAN support added for a number of models in firmware 7.1.0:
Balance: 305, 380, 580,710, 1350, 2500
MAX: BR1 ENT
MediaFast: 500, 750
UPDATE 2: Per-port VLAN support has also been added to the MAX Transit en BR1 MK2 in firmware 7.0:
- Go to “Network > Interfaces > LAN”
- Click the “?” as the screenshot below, then you can click the link to enable the VLAN feature.
- VLAN is enabled.
Designate Trunk Type and VLAN
Once VLAN has been enabled, navigate to Network > LAN > Port Settings.
To configure a VLAN Trunk, click the pull down menus under the VLAN column to select the desired VLAN.
To configure a port-based VLAN, click the pull down menus under Port Type and select Access before selecting your VLAN.