Resolving the VLAN ID error when setting up your Velop

Scenario:  I tried setting up my Velop system using a PPPoE connection with VLAN ID to 1 and 2.  Why is it not working?

The Velop's VLAN range starts at 3, as 1 or 2 are reserved for the ethernet driver's internal use and therefore cannot be reassigned.  If you try to change the VLAN to 1 or 2, you will see the error message, "VLAN ID is not in range, VLAN ID should start with 3."

Your internet connection type is determined by your internet service provider (ISP).  To learn more about your internet configuration and settings, contact your ISP.  For instructions on how to set up your primary node using a PPPoE connection, click

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