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how to configure a port with two or more vlans

how to configure a port with two or more vlans

how to configure a port with two or more vlans

I have a 4850 gts pwr switch.
I have no experience with it.

The switch is connected to a sonicwall firewall from one switch port to the lan sonicwall port. This port is int he default vlan 1. (vlan 147)
In the sonic port I have a virtual interface (vlan) with the same Id that in the switch (vlan 147).

In the aditional vlan. I have a group of ports.
In thhose ports I have electronic equipment which does not tag .

The rest of switch ports are in the vlan 1 as default.

I supouse that the switch port, connected to the sonic, must have both vlans (is it correct?) . But I dont't know how to do it.
By the moment I can't ping from the FW to equipment attached to the vlan ports.

Any body can tell me how to configure a switch port for being in two vlans ?

Thanks in advanced.

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