MTU VLAN switches

In our local network we use the following VLAN switch: TP-Link SG108E. The VLAN switch is connected to the Internet router (port 8), to the RYZEN5 (port 3), and to the TL-SG105 regular switch. In the following sketch, the total picture is given.


  1. All UTP cables are of high quality (we use cat 6/7 S/FTP), we have bad experience with UTP flat cables.

    Note: multicast doesn’t check if the packets are received correctly.

  2. The RYZEN has no access to the internet router, so, can't get an IP address. Solve it by setting up a Fixed IP address in the range of the router.
  3. Using MTU VLAN switch
    1. From p3 to p1 of the VLAN switch the data is enabled.
    2. From p1 to p8 the data flow is enabled.
    3. From p3 to p8 is disabled


Next page: Setting up the MTU VLAN switch