Windows : How to configure VLans on Intel network adapter with PowerShell

By | February 21, 2020

If you have an Intel card and the necessary “Advanced Network Services (ANS)”, that is bundled with the Intel driver, you have the capability to manage VLans for your network interface with PowerShell.

1. Use the “ipconfig” command to find out the name of your adapter. Example :

In that case, our adapter name is “Ethernet adapter Ethernet0”.

2. Use the following command to create the tagged interface(s) :

Note : Run the command with the desired VLan ID as much as you need to create the tagged interfaces.

3. In the even you’d like to have the primary interface untagged (most likely to be used with native-vlan-id) and tagged sub interfaces, do the following :