Configuring Port-Specific VLAN Tags

The following specific commands are modified by the port-specific VLAN tag:
  • clear fdb: Only clears on physical port or VLAN, not on a vlan port.
  • delete fdb: All or specific MAC address, or specific MAC address on a VLAN.
  • enable/disable flooding ports: Only on physical port (applies to all VLAN ports).
  • enable/disable learning: Only on physical port (applies to all VLAN ports on the same physical port), or on a VLAN (applies to all VLAN ports of the VLAN).
  • show fdb stats: Only on physical port or VLAN, not on a VLAN port.
Use the following commands to configure Port-specific VLAN tags:
  • To configure the port-specific tag, use the configure ports port_list {tagged tag} vlan vlan_name [limit-learning number {action [blackhole | stop-learning]} |lock-learning | unlimited-learning | unlocklearning] command.
  • To specify the port tag when you need to put multiple vlans into a broadcast domain, use the configure {vlan} vlan_name addports [port_list | all] {tagged{tag} | untagged} {{stpd} stpd_name} {dot1d | emistp | pvst-plus}} command.
  • To specify a port tag to delete a VLAN port that has a different tag from the VLAN tag, use the configure {vlan} vlan_name deleteports [all | port_list {tagged tag}] command.
  • To display output of a vlan that has a port-specific tag, use the show vlan command.
  • To display port info that has port-specific tag statistics, use the show port info detail command.
  • To adds a permanent, static entry to the FDB (forwarding database), use the create fdb mac_addr vlan vlan_name [ports port_list {tagged tag} | blackhole] command.
  • To show output where the port tag is displayed, use the show fdb command.