Creating Trunk and Access Ports on MikroTik CRS3xx, CRS2xx and CRS1xx Series Switches

Creating Trunk and Access Ports on MikroTik CRS3xx, CRS2xx and CRS1xx Series Switches

The switch menu and configuration interface is significantly different on the CRS3xx versus the CRS1xx or CRS2xx series switches and if you are trying to configure VLANs, the process is totally different. Here is a quick HowTo for configuring VLANs on MikroTik Switches such as the MikroTik CRS309 and similar.  Get the full article HERE.

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