Apr 07

If you want to limit a certain VLAN’s incoming bandwidth usage, for instance to limit a guest VLAN’s download speed.

Step 1: Login in to your DSR. Click Advanced in top menu bar. Once the page has refreshed, in the left hand menu, hover over Advanced Network then Traffic Management, then click Bandwidth Profiles.

Step 2: If you have not already done so, you will need to tick the “Enable Bandwidth Profiles” tickbox, then click Save Settings. Click Add to create the inbound traffic limit.

Step 3: Name the Profile, for instance if you are creating the profile for VLAN 2 inbound traffic, you could name it VLAN2_Inbound. Change the Profile Type to “Rate”. In the Minimum Bandwidth Rate box, type the minimum bandwidth you would like that VLAN to get. This can be set to any value between 1Kbps and the Maximum Bandwidth Rate value. Set the Maximum Bandwidth Rate. This can be any value from 100Kbps to 1000000Kbps. Set the LAN Interface to be the LAN you want to limit bandwidth for.


Step 4: Click Save Settings to save this profile.

Step 5: You need to define a custom service for use in step 7. On the left hand menu, hover over Firewall Settings then click Custom Services.

Step 6: Click Add. In Name put “CS_ANY”. For Type select “Both”. Leave Port Type as “Port Range”. In Start Port put “1”, in Finish Port put “65535”.

Click Save Settings to save this setting.

Step 6: Hover over Advanced Network then Traffic Management then click Traffic Selectors

Click Add

Step 7: In the Available Profiles box, select the Profile we created earlier, in this case “VLAN_250_Inbound”. In theService box, select the service we created in Step 5 “CS_ANY”. In the Traffic Selector Match Type box, select IP. In the IP Address box type “”. In the Subnet Mask box, type “”.


Click Save Settings to save this traffic selector, and limit incoming traffic for all IP addresses on this VLAN.

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Nov 15

Step 1: Log into the unit by entering the switch’s IP address in a web browser. The default username is adminwith no password.


Step2: Choose the menu L2 Features->VLAN->Static VLAN on the left hand side.


Step 3: In the row for VID 1 click the Modify button. Switch any port that will be untagged on your new VLAN to the None radio button for that port. Click Apply when finished.


Step 4: Click the Show All Static VLAN Entries link. Click on the Add button. Enter your desired VID and VLAN Name for your new VLAN. Any port you wish to be a member should have its Egress radio button selected. Untagged members require no further modification. Tagged members must also have the Tag check box checked. Hit Apply when finished.


Step 5: Select the menu Save Services->Save Changes. Click the Save button.


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May 14

A VLAN is a group of ports that can be anywhere in the network, but communicate as though they were in the same area.

VLANs can be easily organized to reflect department groups (such as R&D, Marketing), usage groups (such as e-mail), or multicast groups (multimedia applications such as video conferencing), and therefore help to simplify network management by allowing users to move devices to a new VLAN without having to change any physical connections.

The IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Configuration page provides powerful VID management functions. The original settings have the VID as 01, named “default”, and all ports as “Untagged”.

Rename: Click to rename the VLAN group.
Delete VID: Click to delete the VLAN group.
Add New VID: Click to create a new VID group, assigning ports from 01 to 28 as Untag, Tag, or Not Member:A port can be untagged in only one VID. To save the VID group, press Apply.You may change the name accordingly to the desired groups, such as the aforementioned R&D, Marketing,email, etc.

D-Link DES-1228P WEB Smart Switch 802.1Q VLAN Settings

D-Link DES-1228P WEB Smart Switch 802.1Q VLAN Settings

D-Link DES-1228P WEB Smart Switch 802.1Q VLAN Settings


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May 06

The D-Link DWL-2700AP has been upgraded to the B version of the above changes:

Release Notes:

Firmware: 3.30
Date: 05/10/10

Problem Resolved:
1. [FW] Fix device with new flash cannot download image.
2. [FW] Disable the function that syslog file writing every five minutes, and remove syslog file parse when system initiates.
3. [FW] Remove the message ` Press Enter to login` when telnet.
4. Support Ethernet in/out traffic for standard MIB.
5. Support maximum community string length to 32 characters.



1. [FW] add new Flash chip support.

Firmware: 3.20
Date: 12/21//09

1. Add Administration VLAN.
2. Add Primary SSID with VLAN tag.
3. Add Secondary Radius Server (backup).
4. Add Priority by SSID.
5. Add IGMP snooping v1/v2.
6. Add Rogue AP detection.
7. Support Acct-Interim-Interval attribute for accounting function.
8. Add trap categorization-trap enable/disable, system/wireless sub trap group.
9. Support Trap002-1.
10. Support to administrate AP with WLAN (Default enable).
11. Support 4 management IP range on WEB UI.
12, Add need CLI command to input SNMP Location.
14, Ping Enable/Disable (default: Ping Enable).
15. Add multi WMM control.

Firmware: 3.10
Date: 03/03/08

1. Fixed DHCP server malfunction in MSSID mode.
2. Fixed associated more than 83 STAs AP will reboot. Current limitation of allowed connected STAs is 64.
3. Modify HouseKeeping period from 60 seconds to 10 seconds.
4. If a specific STA be silent for 5 more seconds, AP could send a null-data to trigger it up.

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Apr 13

This article teaches you to set the vlans of D-Link DAP Series AirPremier N Dual Band PoE Access Point.

Step 1: Please log in to the unit by visiting it´s IP address in your web browser and logging in with your username and password.

The default values are below:
Username: admin
Password: (blank)


Step 2: Choose Advanced Settings -> VLAN on the left hand menu.

Step 3: Select Enable under VLAN Status and then hit the Save Button.

Step 4: Click the Trash Can Icon next to the default VLAN to delete the default VLAN.


Step 5: Now we are going to add our VLANs to this AP. We will begin with a default VLAN and then add one or more additional VLANs.

Step 6: Choose the Add/Edit VLAN Tab and click the Save Button when you are finished adding a VLAN.

For our default VLAN we are going to use the below parameters:

Name: 1
VID: 1
Mgmt: Untag
LAN: Untag
Primary: Untag
S-1: Not Member
S-2: Not Member
S-3: Not Member
S-4: Not Member
S-5: Not Member
S-6: Not Member
S-7: Not Member
W-1: Untag
W-2: Untag
W-3: Untag
W-4: Untag
W-5: Untag
W-6: Untag
W-7: Untag
W-8: Untag


Step 8: Select the PVID Settings Tab and ensure that PVID Auto Assign Status is Enabled and then hit the Save Buttons.

Step 9: Choose The Configuration Button and then Save and Activate on the Top Menu.



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