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Configuring VLAN Interfaces to Use Dynamic Profiles

You can configure an interface to use a single-tag VLAN or stacked (dual-tag) VLAN dynamic profile when creating dynamic VLANs. The dynamic profile assigns a VLAN ID to each VLAN dynamically created over the interface by using the single-tag VLAN and stacked VLAN ranges configured for the VLAN interface. You can configure VLAN interfaces to use dynamic profiles in the following ways:

Associating a Single-Tag VLAN Dynamic Profile with an Interface

Before you begin:

To associate a single-tag VLAN dynamic profile with an interface:

  1. Access the interface that you want to use for creating VLANs.
    [edit]user@host# edit interfaces ge-1/0/0
  2. Edit the auto-configure stanza to automatically configure VLANs.
    [edit interfaces ge-1/0/0]user@host# edit auto-configure
  3. Edit the vlan-ranges stanza.
    [edit interfaces ge-1/0/0 auto-configure]user@host# edit vlan-ranges
  4. Specify the dynamic VLAN profile that you want the interface to use.
    [edit interfaces ge-1/0/0 auto-configure vlan-ranges]user@host# set dynamic-profile VLAN-PROF1

Associating a Stacked VLAN Dynamic Profile with an Interface

To associate a stacked (dual-tag) VLAN dynamic profile with an interface:

  1. Access the interface that you want to use for creating VLANs.
    [edit interfaces]user@host# edit interfaces ge-1/0/0
  2. Edit the auto-configure stanza to automatically configure the stacked VLANs.
    [edit interfaces ge-1/0/0]user@host# edit auto-configure
  3. Edit the stacked-vlan-ranges stanza.
    [edit interfaces ge-1/0/0 auto-configure]user@host# edit stacked-vlan-ranges
  4. Specify the dynamic VLAN profile that you want the interface to use.
    [edit interfaces ge-1/0/0 auto-configure stacked-vlan-ranges]user@host# set dynamic-profile STACKED-VLAN-PROF1

Published: 2010-04-15

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