Before you perform the following settings, make sure that the PC is connected to VLAN 1, which is the VLAN that you will be configuring first (in this example, the PC should be connected to port 1 or 2). VLAN 1 is a special default VLAN, so you should always connect the PC to a VLAN 1 port when you configure switch settings.
First, create the necessary VLAN. In the default settings, only VLAN 1 exists, so add VLAN 2. In the following page, click “Add”. In the VLAN ID box in the dialog box that appears, type “2”, and click “Apply”. When you are creating multiple VLANs, entering a VLAN name can help you identify each individual VLAN (but you do not have to enter a name).