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XVLAN Administration Guide
There are three types of XVLAN ports:
External ports. Use these ports to communicate to the outside world. Frames enter and leave the XVLAN through these ports. You can connect devices like routers and shared resources to external ports.
Internal ports. Use these ports to connect to the hosts on the restricted XVLANs.
Inter-switch trunk ports. Use these generic trunk (or hybrid) ports to interconnect multiple switches that belong to the same XVLAN to each other. The isolation behavior of the restricted XVLANs is extended and maintained on all switches belonging to the same XVLAN domain. You can share inter-switch trunk ports with regular VLANs.