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FAQ-What Is the Format of NAS-PORT-ID When the Interface of ME60 Functions as the Eth-Trunk

Publication Date:  2012-07-27 Views:  37 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
What is the format of NAS-PORT-ID when the interface of ME60 functions as the Eth-Trunk?
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Handling Process
A:
Basic principle: subslot=2  is used by the trunk uniquely. It does not change. port=Eth-Trunk ID. The global value ranges from 0 to 63 and can be specified manually.
For example, slot 2, port 2 and port 3 are bound to Eth-Trunk 5 and users are online.
The master interface is online and does not trust the client:  [NAS-Port-Id(87) ] [35] [slot=2;subslot=2;port=5;vlanid=0;]  
The master interface is online and trusts the client:    [NAS-Port-Id(87) ] [21] [SRV-8 eth 0/2/2/5:0] ;         
The sub-interface is online and VLAN 10 does not trust the client:   [NAS-Port-Id(87)] [36] [slot=2;subslot=2;port=5;vlanid=10;]
The sub-interface is online and VLAN 10 trusts the client:     [NAS-Port-Id(87)] [22] [SRV-8 eth 0/2/2/5:10]
The sub-interface is online and VLAN 10/10 does not trust the client: [NAS-Port-Id(87)] [47] [slot=2;subslot=2;port=5;vlanid=10;vlanid2=10;]
The sub-interface is online and VLAN 10/10 trusts the client:   [NAS-Port-Id(87)] [25] [SRV-8 eth 0/2/2/5:10.10]
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