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Sun Ethernet Fabric Operating System

XVLAN Administration Guide

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Product Notes

Related Documentation

Acronyms and Abbreviations

CLI Command Modes


Support and Accessibility

Protocol Description

Principal XVLAN

Restricted XVLAN

XVLAN Port Types

Supported CLI Commands

Configuring XVLAN

Single-Switch Configuration

Single-Switch Topology

Configure External and Internal Ports in a Solitary-Restricted XVLAN

Configure Ports in Solitary- and Group-Restricted XVLANs

Allowing Regular VLAN on XVLAN Ports

Configure Regular VLAN on an XVLAN Port

Display Port VLAN Properties

Configure Regular VLAN 100 With Ports Used in an XVLAN

Multiple-Switch Configuration

Multiple-Switch Topology

Connect Two Switches With Two Restricted XVLANs

Connect XVLANs Across SEFOS1 and SEFOS2

Multiple-Switch Topology

A typical XVLAN configuration has multiple switches, interconnected with VLAN trunks. The example configuration in this section illustrates how to interconnect two SEFOS switches (SEFOS1 and SEFOS2), and extend the XVLAN across them. There are two restricted XVLANs on these switches under principal XVLAN 100.

This figure shows the IP addresses and port assignments for the multiple-switch configuration. In this example, port 1 is the external port on both switches (SEFOS1 and SEFOS2). On SEFOS1, ports 19 and 20 are solitary-restricted internal ports, and ports 2 and 15 are group-restricted internal ports. On SEFOS2, ports 11 and 12 are solitary-restricted internal ports. Port 2 is the only group-restricted internal port.

image:Figure showing IP addresses and port assignments for multiple-switch configuration