Provision L2 Protocol with VLAN QinQ and Cisco specific options (Doc ID 559627.1)

Last updated on APRIL 01, 2008

Applies to:

Oracle Communications IP Service Activator Cartridges - Version: 5.2.3
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Network Processor, CatOS Cartridge

Goal

When we select the vlanInterface Policy, QinQ option we are unable to see the option for the L2 Tunnel.

This is a sample of the configuration we wish to configure on the switch:

set vlan <VLAN ID> <interface name>
set port dot1qtunnel <interface name> access
set port l2protocol-tunnel <module/port> { cdp | stp | vtp} enable

The following is the configuration pushed from IPSA:
 
2008-03-12 08:12:06|10.156.68.151|#Start Configuration
2008-03-12 08:12:06|10.156.68.151|#Applying Configuration
2008-03-12 08:12:07|10.156.68.151|set length 0
2008-03-12 08:12:07|10.156.68.151|set vlan 1 3/3
2008-03-12 08:12:07|10.156.68.151|set port dot1qtunnel 3/3 access
2008-03-12 08:12:07|10.156.68.151|set port l2protocol-tunnel 3/3 cdp enable
2008-03-12 08:12:07|10.156.68.151|set port l2protocol-tunnel 3/3 stp enable
2008-03-12 08:12:07|10.156.68.151|set port l2protocol-tunnel 3/3 vtp disable
2008-03-12 08:12:07|10.156.68.151|set alias exec IpsaConfigVersion 2008-03-12T08:12:06.854Z
2008-03-12 08:12:07|10.156.68.151|logout
2008-03-12 08:12:07|10.156.68.151|#End Configuration

Solution

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