Static VLAN Subinterfaces Within VLAN Subranges Overview

You can configure a static VLAN subinterface with a single-tagged VLAN ID or double-tagged S-VLAN ID, or an S-VLAN ID with agent-circuit-identifier information that falls within an existing bulk-configured VLAN subrange. Conversely, you can also create a bulk-configured VLAN subrange that includes the single-tagged VLAN ID or double-tagged S-VLAN ID on a static VLAN subinterface. Configuring static VLAN subinterfaces within VLAN subranges can be useful when you want to create a column statically for users who have difficulty logging on. You might also want to configure static VLAN subinterface within a VLAN subrange as a static column to the DSLAM; the dynamic column can be for subscribers.

The following rules apply when you configure either a static VLAN subinterface within an existing bulk-configured VLAN subrange or a subrange that includes an existing static VLAN interface:

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