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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

VLAN interfaces

You can configure a VLAN interface in FortiManager by going to System Settings > Network.

To configure a VLAN interface:
  1. Go to System Settings > Network.
  2. In the Interface toolbar, click Create New. The Create New Network Interface page is displayed.
  3. In the Name field, enter a name for the VLAN.
  4. In the Type field, select VLAN.
  5. In the VLAN ID field, enter a VLAN ID. You can use a range between 1 and 4094.
  6. In the Interface field, select the interface to which the VLAN will be bound.
  7. In the Protocol field, select either IEEE 802.1Q. or IEEE 802.1AD.
  8. In the IP Address/Netmask field, enter the IP address for the VLAN.
  9. Optionally, add an IPv6 Address.
  10. In the Administrative Access field, select the access protocol.
  11. Optionally, configure the IPv6 Administrative Access.
  12. In the Service Access field, select which services can be accessed in this VLAN.
  13. In the Status field, select the VLAN status.
  14. Click OK.
  15. If required, you can create a static route with the VLAN interface. See Static routes.

VLAN interfaces

You can configure a VLAN interface in FortiManager by going to System Settings > Network.

To configure a VLAN interface:
  1. Go to System Settings > Network.
  2. In the Interface toolbar, click Create New. The Create New Network Interface page is displayed.
  3. In the Name field, enter a name for the VLAN.
  4. In the Type field, select VLAN.
  5. In the VLAN ID field, enter a VLAN ID. You can use a range between 1 and 4094.
  6. In the Interface field, select the interface to which the VLAN will be bound.
  7. In the Protocol field, select either IEEE 802.1Q. or IEEE 802.1AD.
  8. In the IP Address/Netmask field, enter the IP address for the VLAN.
  9. Optionally, add an IPv6 Address.
  10. In the Administrative Access field, select the access protocol.
  11. Optionally, configure the IPv6 Administrative Access.
  12. In the Service Access field, select which services can be accessed in this VLAN.
  13. In the Status field, select the VLAN status.
  14. Click OK.
  15. If required, you can create a static route with the VLAN interface. See Static routes.