VLAN-Tagged Traffic

Use VLAN tags to control traffic over a virtual wire. For more granular control, create subinterfaces and classify traffic with a VLAN tag or IP classifier.
Virtual wire interfaces by default allow all untagged traffic. You can, however, use a virtual wire to connect two interfaces and configure either interface to block or allow traffic based on the virtual LAN (VLAN) tags. VLAN tag 0 indicates untagged traffic.
You can also create multiple subinterfaces, add them into different zones, and then classify traffic according to a VLAN tag or a combination of a VLAN tag with IP classifiers (address, range, or subnet) to apply granular policy control for specific VLAN tags or for VLAN tags from a specific source IP address, range, or subnet.

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