Adds one or more CVIDs to a CEP.
|vman_name||Specifies the VMAN to configure.|
|vman_id||Specifies the VMAN ID to configure.|
|port_list||Specifies a list of ports.|
|cvid_first||Specifies a Customer VLAN ID (CVID) or the first in a range of CVIDs that the CEP will accept and map to the specified VMAN. Valid values are 1-4095.|
|cvid_last||Specifies the last in a range of CVIDs that the CEP will accept and map to the VMAN. Valid values are 1-4095.|
|translate||Enables translation of the specified CEP CVID range to the specified VMAN CVID range.|
|cvid_first_xlate||Specifies a VMAN CVID or the first in a range of VMAN CVIDs to which the CEP CVIDs will map. Valid values are 1-4095.|
|cvid_last_xlate||Specifies the last in a range of VMAN CVIDs to which the CEP CVIDs will map. Valid values are 1-4095. The number of VMAN CVIDs in this range must equal the number of CEP CVIDs specified in this command.|
|port-cvid||Port's customer VLAN ID used for untagged packets.|
|port_cvid||Customer VLAN ID assigned to untagged packets from 1.|
Before you can add CVIDs to CEPs, you must configure the target physical ports as CEPs using the following command:configure vman add ports
If you specify only one CVID or a range of CVIDs without translation, the specified CVIDs are mapped to the specified VMAN and appear unchanged in the VMAN.
If you specify CVID translation, the CEP CVIDs map to different VMAN CVIDs. The number of CEP CVIDs specified must equal the number of VMAN CVIDs specified. The first CEP CVID in the specified range maps to the first CVID in the range specified for the VMAN. The difference between cvid_first and cvid_first_xlate establishes an offset N that maps CEP CVIDs to VMAN CVIDs. (Offset N = cvid_first_xlate - cvid_first.) The translated VMAN CVID that corresponds to a CEP CVID can be determined as follows:
VMAN CVID = CEP CVID + N
NoteCVID translation can reduce the number of CVIDs that can be mapped to VMANs.
When this command specifies multiple ports, each port gets an independent CVID map; the ports do not share a common map. Changes to the CVID map affect only the ports specified in the configuration command. For example, consider the following commands:
configure vman vman1 add port 1-2 cep cvid 10 configure vman vman1 port 1 add cvid 11
After these commands are entered, port 1 maps CVIDs 10 and 11 to VMAN vman1, and port 2 maps only CVID 10 to vman1.
To view the CEP CVID configuration for a port, use the show vman command.
The following example adds CVIDs 20-29 to port 1 and VMAN vman1 and enables translation to CVIDs 30-39:
configure vman vman1 port 1 add cvid 20 - 29 translate 30 - 99
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 12.6.
The vman_id variable was added in ExtremeXOS 16.1.
This command is available on all platform.