Private VLANs are an extension to the concept of VLANs, which allow for more fine-grained management of traffic between virtual machines. A Private VLAN adds segmentation of the logical broadcast domain, creating private groups. A PVLAN comprises of a Primary PVLAN and Secondary PVLANs.
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