I am trying to enable VLAN on my Latitude 7490 I219-LM NIC, Windows 10 Pro.
Even though Priority/VLAN is enabled on the NIC, the VLAN ID field in Device Manager/Advanced is not available for that NIC.
I am using latest driver 220.127.116.11. (. . . I think it is the latest)
Would anyone please help ? Is VLAN really supported on that NIC ?
Thanks in advance
Thanks to your instructions, from a powershell perspective, i can configure the VLAN, but i don't see the packets from the NIC being tagged.
I see that an additional interface is available in the Device Manager labelled with the created VLAN ID.
Is there anything else to configure ?
When using Add-IntelNetVLAN, i was prompted ParentName and , VLANID and , I only used the s.
After creating the VLAN from PowerShell on PC1, I closed the PowerShell console and connected the ethernet port to another PC 2,.
Then I tried to browse a page hosted on the other PC 2.
I ran wireshark on both PC and could not see the VLAN tag in packets sent from PC1.
I am not using a virtualized environment, just a regular laptop.
My goal is to have packets sent from PC1 to be tagged with VLAN 200.
I wonder if I should "force" the traffic to go through the new network interface that advertise VLAN200 in his name - but i am not quite sure.
Could you please help ?