How to configure default vlan to other vlans will communicate each other

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Hi.
Inside the Policy>Access Control> Application Control.
Add a new policy , define your source and destination zone.
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CLELUQMAN Lv2Posted 25 Jan 2023 16:50
  
Hi.
Inside the Policy>Access Control> Application Control.
Add a new policy , define your source and destination zone.
Farina Ahmed Lv3Posted 25 Jan 2023 17:26
  
By default VLAN is called VLAN1 and you don't need any configuration to communicate VLAN1 OR Native VLAN  to other VLANs But if still the case and it required intervlan routing then the configuration will be the same as for other VLANs communication.
RegiBoy Lv4Posted 25 Jan 2023 22:09
  
You just configure a trunk port then allow what vlans you desire.
rivsy Lv4Posted 26 Jan 2023 14:53
  
You can check in the "Policies" tab under "Application Control"
Luih Miranda Lv3Posted 27 Jan 2023 00:55
  
Vlan is a broadcast domain . By default hosts in single Vlan communicates to each other . But host in different Vlans won't communicate to each other , to ensure communication between different Vlans host routing between Vlans is mandatory for Configuring routing between Vlan layer3 device is required
Jhazz Lv3Posted 27 Jan 2023 11:16
  
You can configure it in the "Application Control" you can set it manually
Newbie517762 Lv3Posted 30 Jan 2023 10:14
  
Thanks for your sharing !

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