ashish - I've branched your question to another thread as it is a new topic.
The following guide explains how to set up VLANs on the 1335: Understanding the Switch Menu in the AOS Web Interface
If you would like for the 1335 to be responsible for the routing between VLANs, then you can enable the VLAN interface option on the VLAN configuration page and assign each VLAN an IP address.
When you are connecting to the Netgear, it is important to remember that the NetVanta only supports 802.1q encapsulation on its trunk ports. You will simply need to set up the port that connects to the Netgear as a trunk port after you have created all your VLANs and that should be it.
Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any further questions.
Thanks for the Support Noor, Sorry for the delay. We will try.
netgear uses tagged/untagged for vlans like HP switches
tagged is like trunk in Cisco/Adtran
untagged is like an access port in Cisco/Adtran
make sure your vlan is tagged for the port connected to the adtran and that the untagged port (netgear) is the native vlan on the Adtran port.
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