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UDT endpoint in multiple VLAN displayed as trunk

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Updated August 10, 2016

Overview

This article explains why the VLAN Membership is displayed as trunk on the UDT console when an endpoint is assigned to multiple VLANs.

Environment

All UDT versions

Detail

The VLAN Membership is displayed as trunk when an endpoint sits on multiple VLANs to indicate that there is more than one VLAN entry for the port. Selecting the Trunk hyperlink will expand the view and show all VLAN IDs.

 

 

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18:12, 9 Aug 2016

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