Technical Documentation

Configuring Static Subscriber Interfaces Using IP Demux Interfaces

You can configure a subscriber interface using a statically created IP demux interface. This interface can be referenced in a dynamic profile.

To configure a static IP demux subscriber interface:

  1. Configure the IP demux interface on a physical device represented by a logical unit number. The logical interface resides on a physical device.

    See Configuring an IP Demultiplexing Interface.

  2. Configure the underlying interface on which the IP demux interface is running.

    See Configuring an IP Demux Underlying Interface

  3. Specify the underlying interface on which the IP demux interface is running.

    See Specifying the Demux Underlying Interface.

  4. Specify how ingress IPv4 traffic is to be demultiplexed based on packet destination or source addresses.

    See Configuring IP Demux Prefixes.

  5. Associate the static subscriber interface in a dynamic profile.

    See Associating Dynamic Profiles with Statically Created Interfaces.

Note: VLAN demux interfaces currently support the Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) suite (family inet) and the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) suite (family inet6).


Published: 2010-04-15