Sometimes you may need to have Virtual Lan drivers on your machine to connect various applications or for them to work correctly. VLAN Drivers depend majorly on what type and company’s NIC card is there in the machine. Most of the Broadcom / Intel NIC cards have NIC / LAN management applications available on their website. Companies like Realtek does not offer this support in an open way. Below is location where you can install the Virtual LAN Drivers for Windows XP / Vista / 7 and their LAN Management utility as well.
Realtek VLAN Driver Download Links
RTLLan_Utility_V2013_WinXPVistaWin73264 | Mirror
The above utility once installed will also install the VLAN driver for Realtek. It should work on all supported versions of Windows without any problem. You should be able to see Realtek Virtual Driver in the LAN properties as shown below:
If you face any issues with XP Driver installation you can right click on the INF files and install the driver manually as well.
Realtek Teaming Utility for Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7
RealtekTeamingUtility_V2_0_0_5_Win_3264bit | Mirror
This Teaming Utility is the VLAN Network Management utility. This will let you install an additional Virtual LAN Adapter on your system. Sadly the installer will only work for Windows Vista and above, for Windows XP use the below extracted utility which should be able to do the same task without the need to install.
Realtek Teaming Utility for Windows XP
Download the file and extract to the desktop. Run the RTDIAG.EXE then select the Realtek NIC Card, Click on VLAN. Wait for 5 mins and you will see a new Virtual LAN adapter is added. Use the same utility to remove the Virtual LAN Adapter.