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Sun Ethernet Fabric Operating System

VLAN Administration Guide

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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

Create Member Ports

This example shows ports 0/2-5 being added to VLAN 2.

  1. Enter the VLAN configuration mode for VLAN 2.
    SEFOS# configure terminal
    SEFOS(config)# vlan 2
  2. Add member ports to the VLAN.
    SEFOS(config-vlan)# ports extreme-ethernet 0/2-5 untagged ex 0/3
    SEFOS(config-vlan)# end

    Note - You can use ex as a replacement for extreme-ethernet, as in the preceding syntax.

    Member ports represent the set of ports permanently assigned to the VLAN egress list. Frames belonging to the specified VLAN are forwarded to the ports in the egress list.

    If one of the port types is not explicitly specified as untagged, then all of the ports are configured as tagged port types, allowing the transmission of frames with the specified VLAN tag. The untagged setting allows the port to transmit the frames without a vlan tag. This setting is used for devices that cannot support VLAN.

    In the preceding example, the egress packets for the extreme-ethernet 0/3 interface are transmitted without the tag, but on all of the other ports, the packets are transmitted with the tag.