How to configure an interface to allow packets from multiple VLANs

Ethernet interfaces fall into the following types:
1. Access interface: An access interface often connects to a user terminal such as a user host or server that cannot identify VLAN tags, or is used when VLANs do not need to be differentiated. Access interfaces can add only a unique VLAN tag to untagged frames.
2. Trunk interface: A trunk interface often connects to a switch, router, AP, or voice terminal that can receive and send tagged and untagged frames simultaneously. It allows frames from multiple VLANs.
3.Hybrid interface: A hybrid interface can connect to not only a user terminal (such as a user host or server) or network device (such as a hub) that cannot identify tags, but also a switch, router, AP, or voice terminal that can receive and send tagged and untagged frames. It allows tagged frames from multiple VLANs. It allows frames from multiple VLANs.

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