If you find your network growing and you need to start segmenting users based on physical locations, you may want to start using virtual networks, or VLANs.
Here’s a quick setup:
Step 1: Enable VLANs by navigating to Security & SD-WAN > Configure > Addressing & VLANs > Deployment Settings > Mode
Step 2: Configure VLANs. The subnet will be expressed using CIDR notation. The MX IP field is the local MX VLAN interface IP.
Step 3: Configure the uplink ports as trunks to carry VLAN traffic.
Step 4: Configure the access ports for specific VLAN traffic. Multiple ports can be edited at once under Per-port VLAN Settings by selecting the check boxes next to the port numbers
Alison Wallick, PEI