The PVID (Port VLAN ID) is the VLAN ID assigned to untagged frames coming from the port. As such, the PVID should be set to the same VLAN ID as the untagged VLAN ID as defined on the 802.1Q settings.
In the scenario presented, the PVID of port 16 on the EGS7228P should be changed from 1 to 2 so that it will match the VLAN ID that is set as untagged on Port 16 as defined on the 802.1Q settings.
I have the same problem. I have the VLAN 30 on two ports on the EWS5912FP and I should be able to pass traffic, however, it isn't picking up the DHCP request from the L2 switch it is attached to.
nk you so much for this. I was into this issue and tired to tinker around to check if its possible but couldnt get it done. Now th kodi at i have seen the way you did it, thanks guys
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