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Example: Configuring IPv4 Static VLAN Demux Interfaces over an Aggregated Ethernet Underlying Interface with DHCP Local Server

This example shows how to configure a static IPv4 VLAN demux interface with aggregated Ethernet as the underlying interface. DHCP Local Server configuration enables the association of subscribers to the VLAN demux interface by listing the aggregated Ethernet interface in the DHCP local server configuration.

To configure dynamic subscribers on VLAN demux interfaces:

  1. Enable hierarchical scheduling and VLAN tagging on the underlying interface that you plan to use for any VLAN demux interfaces.

  2. Define the gigabit Ethernet interfaces that are part of the aggregated Ethernet interface.

  3. Define the demux interface.

  4. Define the loopback interface.

  5. Configure a dynamic profile for initial subscriber access.

  6. Configure the access method used to dynamically create the subscriber interfaces.

    The following stanza specifies the aggregated Ethernet interface (ae1.0) for use with the dynamically created subscriber interfaces.

    Instead of using the aggregated Ethernet interface, you can alternatively specify the specific demux interface (demux0.102) as the device to use with the subscriber interfaces as follows: