Help us improve your experience.

Let us know what you think.

Do you have time for a two-minute survey?

Navigation
Guide That Contains This Content
[+] Expand All
[-] Collapse All

    Assigning an Overriding Profile to a Single-Tagged VLAN ID or Double-Tagged S-VLAN ID

    You can use the profile vlan override bulk-config command to assign an overriding profile to a single VLAN ID or double-tagged S-VLAN ID. Using an overriding profile enables you to assign a special profile for the subscribers associated with a specific DSLAM.

    You can also use an overriding profile to troubleshoot the specified VLAN or S-VLAN by overriding the currently assigned base profile with one that has debugging attributes enabled.

    You can use the any keyword to specify a VLAN ID as a wildcard. When you specify the any keyword with an S-VLAN ID of a DSLAM, all subscribers associated with the DSLAM will be created with the same profile.

    To assign or remove an overriding profile to the dynamic VLAN subinterface:

    1. Assign an overriding profile (test1OverridingProfile) to the dynamic VLAN subinterface with VLAN ID 20
      host1(config-if)#profile vlan override bulk-config vlan 202 test1OverridingProfile
    2. Assign an overriding profile (test1DebugProfile) to the S-VLAN subinterface with S-VLAN ID 100 within the VLAN subinterface with V-LAN ID 202
      host1(config-if)#profile vlan override bulk-config svlan 100 202 test1OverridingProfile
    3. Remove the overriding profile assignment from the VLAN subinterface with VLAN ID 202, and restores the original base profile assignment
      host1(config-if)#no profile vlan override bulk-config vlan 202 test1OverridingProfile

    Published: 2014-08-14