Multiple VMAN Ethertype Example

The following figure shows a switch that is configured to support the primary ethertype on three ports and the secondary ethertype on a fourth port.

The primary VMAN (PBN) ethertype is changed from the default value, but that is not required.

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Multiple VMAN Ethertype Example
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The following configuration commands accomplish what is shown in the figure above:

# configure vman ethertype 0x9100 primary
# configure vman ethertype 0x8100 secondary
#
# configure port 2:2 ethertype secondary
#
# create vman vman300
# configure vman vman300 tag 300
#
# configure vman vman300 add port 1:1, 2:1, 2:2 tagged
# configure vman vman300 add port 1:2 untagged