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Configuring a VLAN Dynamic Profile That Associates VLANs with Separate Routing Instances

 

You can configure a VLAN dynamic profile that dynamically creates underlying VLAN interfaces and associates these interfaces with statically created routing instances. The VLAN interface is created for a specific routing instance as defined by VSA 26–1 (Virtual-Router) on the AAA server (for example, RADIUS server).

To configure a dynamic VLAN profile to use routing instances when creating VLANs, add the routing instance configuration to your dynamic profile:

  1. Access the dynamic profile.
  2. Specify that you want to dynamically associate the profile with routing instances.
  3. Define the routing instance interface statement with the internal $junos-interface-name variable used by the router to match the interface name of the receiving interface.
  4. Define the dynamic profile interfaces statement with the internal $junos-interface-ifd-name variable.
  5. Define the unit statement with the internal $junos-interface-unit variable used by the router to generate a unit value for the interface.