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    Overriding ATM 1483 Base Profile Assignments Overview

    You can use the profile atm1483 bulk-config-name pvc command to assign an overriding profile to a single ATM PVC that exists within a bulk-configured VC subrange. The VC subrange that encompasses the PVC must have been previously configured with the atm bulk-config command for use by a dynamic ATM 1483 subinterface. After you assign the overriding profile, the router uses the information in this profile instead of the information in the previously assigned base profile to create any subsequent ATM 1483 dynamic subinterface columns on the specified PVC.

    Overriding the base profile assignment for an ATM PVC with a profile that includes debugging attributes enables you to troubleshoot problems with ATM 1483 dynamic subinterface columns created on the specified PVC. The overriding profile, like the original base profile, can include ATM 1483 attributes, nested profile assignments, and individual characteristics for dynamic upper-interface encapsulation types.

    Note: See JunosE Release Notes, Appendix A, System Maximums for information about the maximum number of overriding profile assignments currently supported per router.

    Published: 2014-08-14