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how configure a vlan with dhcp

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I have configured my vlan in different ways with subinterfaces however I connect my switch or my laptop to the port and it doesn't work.


steps i followed:
1. Create subinterfaces and assign a segment to it.
2. Add these subinterfaces to the virtual router.
3. add dhcp to the subinterfaces.
4. create firewall rule for internet outbound from zone and vlan segment.

It looks something like this: https://knowledgebase.paloaltonetworks.com/KCSArticleDetail?id=kA10g000000ClRkCAK


However, when I put it on my laptop, the vlan on the ethernet port does not work.

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Cyber Elite
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@Fipaterm,

Are you attempting to plug the laptop directly into the PAN device? Assuming that you are, you likely don't have the laptop configured for VLAN tagging and therefore what you have configured isn't going to work. You'll need to configure the device to tag traffic properly, or utilize a switch with a proper trunk configuration and break out the access ports as required on the switch.

 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@Fipaterm,

Are you attempting to plug the laptop directly into the PAN device? Assuming that you are, you likely don't have the laptop configured for VLAN tagging and therefore what you have configured isn't going to work. You'll need to configure the device to tag traffic properly, or utilize a switch with a proper trunk configuration and break out the access ports as required on the switch.

 

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