VLANs

A virtual LAN (Local Area Network) is a logical subnetwork that groups together devices from different physical LANs without having to run new cables or make changes in current infrastructure. VLANs are often set up to re-partition a network for better traffic management.

ThinkAgile CP offers stack-specific, bridged networks based on VLAN tagging for use by application instances. Infrastructure admin users can create VLAN-tagged, bridged networks, each tied to a specific stack. When an application instance uses these VLAN networks, traffic from those instances is tagged with the VLAN ID.

For more information about working with VLANs, see the following topic:

Manage VLANs