This section explains how to create a bonding interface and the different options available.
Find below the detailed options to create a VLAN.
Parent Interface. Set a NIC or Bonding interface as parent where the VLAN will be configured.
Name. Set a name to identify the new VLAN, the name starts with the name of the Parent Interface followed by the VLAN tag to be used, and they are separated with a dot.
Address. Set an IPv4 address for the new VLAN. Support IPv4 and IPv6.
Netmask. Set Network mask or CIDR in IPv4 format. For IPv6 use CIDR format (0 to 128).
Gateway. Set a default gateway for this VLAN interface. This field is optional.
IPv4 and IPv6 stacks are supported, take into account that the Netmask and Gateway must be configured in the same stack than the IP.
Once all the required changes are done, press the Create button to create the new VLAN interface.