ahebert at pubnix
May 3, 2012, 6:10 AM
Unfortunately yes :(
BTW it is the same with the newer generation of switches like the
ICX66xx. Depending of the # of ports you can have 2 region.
Sorry to Foundry, but if you wish to have the functionality of
802.1ad/802.1ah (true Q-in-Q) there is at least 1 vendor with better
offering at the same price.
Alain Hebert ahebert [at] pubnix
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On 05/03/12 08:41, Tamas Csillag wrote:
> On 05/03/2012 02:34 PM, Eric Helm wrote:
>> On 5/2/2012 4:16 PM, Tamas Csillag wrote:
>>> Dear All,
>>> After exploring the possibilities of my FWS24 (kinda old, I know), I
>>> found these options:
>>> aggregated-vlan support for larger Ethernet frame up to
>>> 1530 bytes
>>> tag-type Customize value used to indicate tagged
>>> VLAN port
>>> Does this mean that this baby supports Q-in-Q?
>>> Also, does anybody have an older FastIron config guide? Most stuff I
>>> dig up is for the FWS624 and other newer switches.
>> You can do it with the tag-type command. A caveat on the FastIron
>> platform is that command applies to a port region, not just a single
>> port. Port regions on those are 1-12 and 13-24 I believe.
> That's what I gathered from the Fastiron config guides too, but the
> command does not take an interface as an argument, just the integer,
> tag-type <number> <cr>
> So I assume it's for the whole system, then?
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