OS10 Enterprise Edition User Guide Release 10.4.0E(R3)

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VLAN interfaces

VLANs are logical interfaces and are, by default, in L2 mode. Physical interfaces and port-channels can be members of VLANs.

OS10 supports inter-VLAN routing. You can add IP addresses to VLANs and use them in routing protocols in the same manner that physical interfaces are used. You cannot assign an IP address to VLAN1 (default).

When using VLANs in a routing protocol, you must configure the no shutdown command to enable the VLAN for routing traffic. In VLANs, the shutdown command prevents L3 traffic from passing through the interface — L2 traffic is unaffected by this command.

  • Configure an IP address in A.B.C.D/x format on the interface in INTERFACE mode. The secondary IP address is the interface’s backup IP address — you can configure up to eight secondary IP addresses.
    ip address 
                                           ip-address/mask [secondary]
                                        
Configure VLAN
OS10(config)# interface vlan 10
                                    OS10(conf-if-vl-10)# ip address 1.1.1.2/24
                                 
You cannot simultaneously use egress rate shaping and ingress rate policing on the same VLAN.

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