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TitleHow do I map one vlan to another?
Objective
Change vlan tags from one side of a vlan to another.
Environment
Multi-switch environment where we need to transition from one 802.1Q tag to another.

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Procedure

The following configuration commands create the member VLANs:

create vlan v101
configure v101 tag 101
configure v101 add ports 1:1 tagged
create vlan v102
configure v102 tag 102
configure v102 add ports 1:1 tagged
create vlan v103
configure v103 tag 103
configure v103 add ports 1:2 tagged
create vlan v104
configure v104 tag 104
configure v104 add ports 1:2 tagged

The following configuration commands create the translation VLAN and enable VLAN translation:

create vlan v1000
configure v1000 tag 1000
configure v1000 add ports 2:1 tagged
configure v1000 vlan-translation add member-vlan v101
configure v1000 vlan-translation add member-vlan v102
configure v1000 vlan-translation add member-vlan v103
configure v1000 vlan-translation add member-vlan v104

The following configuration commands create the translation VLAN and enable VLAN translation on BlackDiamond X8, BlackDiamond 8000 series modules, and Summit X440, X460, X480, X670, X670-G2, and X770 series switches:

create vlan v1000
configure v1000 tag 1000
configure v1000 add ports 2:1 tagged
configure v1000 vlan-translation add member-vlan v101
configure v1000 vlan-translation add member-vlan v102 loopback-port 1:23
configure v1000 vlan-translation add member-vlan v103
configure v1000 vlan-translation add member-vlan v104 loopback-port 1:24
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