remove outer vlan-tag VLL l2circuit

Created: Apr 5, 2017 17:46:14Latest reply: Sep 16, 2018 17:54:43 1086 2 0 0
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Hi,

 

On our S5320-32X-EI I need to remove an outer vlan for traffic we receive from one of our providers. There are two inner vlans, one needs to be forwarded in a VLL l2circuit and another vlan needs to terminate on a vlan interface on the switch. Anyone knows a working configuration for this?


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Created Sep 16, 2018 17:54:43 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

I have a solution, hope it can help.

1. remove the outer VLAN on the downstream switch, this is easy to implement on the downstream switch, just added the outer VLAN as untagged mode. so, the outer VLAN will be removed when the packets is sent out from the interface.

2. configure 2:1 VLAN mapping on switch, map the 2 inner VLAN to the first inner VLAN, the second inner VLAN is terminated.

you can have a try.
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user_2790689 Created Apr 5, 2017 17:59:17 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

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Martian_superman Created Sep 16, 2018 17:54:43 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

I have a solution, hope it can help.

1. remove the outer VLAN on the downstream switch, this is easy to implement on the downstream switch, just added the outer VLAN as untagged mode. so, the outer VLAN will be removed when the packets is sent out from the interface.

2. configure 2:1 VLAN mapping on switch, map the 2 inner VLAN to the first inner VLAN, the second inner VLAN is terminated.

you can have a try.
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