How to Setup VLANS ‑ Scenario Configuration DGS‑1510‑Series

Scenario Example (DGS-1510 Stack Core Switch): 
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Step 1 – Create VLANS. 
L2 Features > VLAN > 802.1Q VLAN
Enter the VIDs into the “VID List” then click “Apply” to each
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Once you have add all VIDs to the list, you should see the following 
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Step 2 –
 Edit “VLAN Name”
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VLAN Name: Coporative
Click on “Edit” then modify the name of the VLAN in the corresponding column. Once done and modified, click “Apply”. Repeat this for ALL remaining VLAN Names
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Step 3 – Port Configuration 
L2 Features > VLAN > VLAN Interface
There are 3 types available and they are as follows:

• Hybrid
• Access
• Trunk

 Example of Hybrid:
-One VLAN Untagged (Native)
-Mutiple VLANS Tagged
(VID 2 Untagged, ID 1 y 3 Tagged)
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Example of Access:

VLAN2 is in mode Access (Untagged)
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Example of Trunk:

Only allow “Tagged” VLANS
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Step 3:1 – Port Configuration – VLAN “Coporative”
L2 Features > VLAN > VLAN Interface
On ports 5 to 16 (for each unit) here is where all coporative users will connect to these port in mode “Access” 
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Step 3.2- Port Configuration – VLAN “Guests”
L2 Features > VLAN > VLAN Interface
On ports 17 to 22 (for each unit) here is where all guest users will connect to these port in mode “Access” 
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Step 3.3- Port Configuration – VLAN “Router”
L2 Features > VLAN > VLAN Interface

On port 24 where we will be connecting the router 
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Step 4 – We now need to configure the IP interfaces for each VLAN
L3 Features > IPv4 > Interface
Enter each “Interface VLAN” into the box and click “Apply”
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Once added you should have something simular to below
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On each corresponding “Interface” click on “Edit” and configure the IP interface per VLAN
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Click “Apply”
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Click “Apply”
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Click “Apply”
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Step 5 – Create a static route – Here we need to create a default route to the router which will allow connection to the internet via VLAN30

L3 Features > IPv4 > StaticDefault Route
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Click “Apply”
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Step 6 – Create ACLs to block access from “Guests” network to getting access to “Coporative” network.

ACL > ACL Access List
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Select “All” from “ACL Type” then click “Add ACL”
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ACL Type:
 Standard IP ACL
ID: 1
ACL Name: Block
We are denying access from network: 192.168.20.0/24 to 192.168.10.0/24
*Remember that rules are executed sequentially

Click “Apply”

Step 7 – Once created, close the window then click on “Edit”
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Once inside, we need to add two rules to the ACL
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Click “Apply” then add the inverse rule.
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Click “Apply”
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Step 8 – Assign ACLs to the ports involved

Enter ACL / ACL Interface Access Group and associate the name of the ACL created to the appropriate port
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From Port: eth1/01    
To Port: eth1/0/22   
Direction: In  
Action: Add  
Type: IP ACL 
ACL Name: Block (Name given in Step 6)

Click “Apply”
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