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Configuring an Interface to Use the Dynamic Profile Configured to Create Stacked VLANs

Starting in Junos OS Release 14.1, you configure an interface to use a dynamic profile when the dynamic VLANs are created. The dynamic profile uses the VLAN ranges configured for the interface.

To configure the interface:

  1. Access the interface over which you want to create dynamic VLANs.
  2. Specify that this interface is for use with stacked VLAN ranges.
  3. Access the VLAN range configuration
  4. Specify the dynamic profile used to create VLANs.
  5. Specify the VLAN Ethernet packet type the VLAN dynamic profile accepts.

    inet and dhcp-v4 for IPv4 packets, inet6 and dhcp-v6 for IPv6 packets, and pppoe for PPP packets are supported.

  6. Specify the outer and inner stacked VLAN ranges that you want the dynamic profile to use. The following example specifies an outer stacked VLAN ID range from 2000 through 4000 and an inner stacked VLAN ID range of any (enabling a range from 1 through 4094 for the inner stacked VLAN ID).
    Note:

    You can configure multiple dynamic profile associations (up to 32) with different VLAN range groups on each physical interface.

  7. (Optional) Access another VLAN dynamic profile for which you want to configure VLAN ranges.
  8. (Optional) Specify the outer and inner stacked VLAN ranges that you want the dynamic profile to use. The following example specifies an outer stacked VLAN ID range from 3001 through 4000 and an inner stacked VLAN ID range of any (enabling a range from 1 through 4094 for the inner stacked VLAN ID).
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14.1
Starting in Junos OS Release 14.1, you configure an interface to use a dynamic profile when the dynamic VLANs are created. The dynamic profile uses the VLAN ranges configured for the interface.