To configure tunneling for egress traffic, use the set vlans dot1q-tunneling egress then action command in L2/L3 configuration mode. If a packet can pass through the port, it needs to be modified by the action.

Command Syntax

set vlans dot1q-tunneling egress tunnel-id then action { change | none | one | two }

Parameters

tunnel-idTunnel identifier.
changeChange the service VLAN tag.
noneStrip both the customer and service VLAN tags.
oneRetain the customer VLAN tag.
twoRetain both the customer and service VLAN tag.

Examples

This example explains how to configure the tunneling t5. If the packet can pass the port, the packet does not need to be changed.

  the service and customer tag frame of the packet need not to be removed
 admin@XorPlus# set vlans dot1q-tunneling egress t5 then action none
  the outside service tag frame of the packet need to be removed 
 admin@XorPlus# set vlans dot1q-tunneling egress t5 then action one
  the service and customer tag frame of the packet need to be removed
 admin@XorPlus# set vlans dot1q-tunneling egress t5 then action two
  the service tag frame of the packet need to be replaced by 200
admin@XorPlus# set vlans dot1q-tunneling egress t5 then action change
admin@XorPlus# set vlans dot1q-tunneling egress t5 then service-vlan 200
admin@XorPlus# commit