L2V VLAN Groups in NSM Overview
A VLAN group contains VLAN IDs and specifies the port and zone on the physical device that handles those IDs. You can create a VLAN group that includes a single ID range, or add multiple ID ranges to group multiple VLAN ranges.
For each group, you must configure:
The VLAN IDs ranges you want to include in the group. To include an ID range within a group, you must have previously imported the IDs to the vsys (the IDs must be reserved by the vsys). To view the VLAN IDs imported to the vsys, select the option Show Vlan IDs Imported (option is located at the bottom of the VLAN Group screen). To clear the VLAN ID information from the group screen, clear (unselect) the option.
The port and zone that handle traffic with the specified IDs. You can select any physical interface or aggregate interface and any L2 zone. Interfaces included within an aggregate interface are not displayed and cannot be selected.
If you select the null zone for a VLAN interface, NSM automatically sets the zone as v1-null.
You can create VLAN groups at the root level and at the vsys level. When configuring a root VLAN group, however, any VLAN ID ranges you include in the group are automatically reserved for the root system and cannot be imported by a vsys.
You cannot delete VLAN IDs that are included in a VLAN group.