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    Assigning an Overriding Profile to a Single ATM PVC that Exists Within a Bulk-Configured VC Subrange

    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.

    An overriding profile typically includes debugging attributes that help you troubleshoot problems with the ATM 1483 dynamic subinterface column created on the specified PVC.

    The VPI and VCI values of the PVC you specify must exist between the starting VPI/VCI values and ending VPI/VCI values of a VC subrange previously configured with the atm bulk-config command.

    To assign or remove an overriding profile to a single ATM PVC that exists within a bulk-configured VC subrange:

    1. Assign an overriding profile (test1DebugProfile) to the ATM PVC with VPI 4 and VCI 301 that is within VPIs 3–5 and VCIs 201–3200 subrange:
      host1(config-if)#profile atm1483 bulk-config-name test1 pvc 4 301 test1DebugProfile
    2. Remove the overriding profile assignment from the ATM PVC with VPI 4 and VCI 301, and restore the original base profile assignment:
      host1(config-if)#no profile atm1483 bulk-config-name test1 pvc 4 301

    Published: 2014-08-14