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Sun Ethernet Fabric Operating System

VLAN Administration Guide

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Product Notes

Related Documentation

Acronyms and Abbreviations

CLI Command Modes


Support and Accessibility

Protocol Description


VLAN Configuration

Configuration Guidelines

Default Settings

Configuring Static VLAN Entries

Create Member Ports

Create Forbidden Ports

Viewing VLAN Information

Retrieve the VLAN Summary

Retrieve the Configuration Details for all of the VLANs on a Switch

Retrieve the Configuration Details of a particular VLAN on the Switch

Delete a VLAN

Enable VLANs

Configure a Static Unicast Entry

Configure a Static Multicast Entry

Configure Dynamic VLAN Learning

Configure Dynamic Multicast Learning

Configure Restricted VLAN Registration

Configure Restricted Group Registration

Configuring QinQ

Enable Tunneling on a Port

Enable STP Packet Tunneling

Configure QinQ

Configuring Service Classes and Expedited Traffic

Map a Priority to Traffic Class

Configuring Port Filtering

Configure the Acceptable Frame Type

Configure Ingress Filtering

Flow-Based Configuration

Flow-Based Example Topologies

Example Topolgy 1

Example Topolgy 2

Example Topolgy 3

Configuring Static Unicast and Multicast Entries

Configure Static Unicast Entry in Topology 1

Configure Static Unicast Entry in Topology 2

Configuring GVRP

Configure VGRP for Topology 1

Configure VGRP for Topology 2

Configure VLANs on the Nonroot Bridge

Configure Restricted VLAN Registration

Configure GMRP

Configure Restricted Group Registration

Classify VLANs

Create Acceptable Frame Types

Configure Ingress Filtering

Default Settings

The following table lists the default settings for the switch.

Default Setting
VLAN module status
Default VLAN ID (configured in the switch)
System and port level GVRP and GMRP module status
MAC address table aging time
300 seconds
Acceptable frame types
All (accepts untagged frames or priority-tagged frames or tagged frames received on the port)
Ingress filtering
Switch port priority
Switch port mode
GARP timers
Join: 20 secondsLeave: 60 secondsLeave all: 1000 seconds
Max traffic classes
Maximum number of traffic classes supported on a port is 8.

The following illustration shows a typical topology for a VLAN configuration in which two switches are connected to each other. Host A represents the terminal access to the VLAN.

image:Figure showing switch 1 and 2 connection host A and B through ports 19, 3, and 15.