Have a number of receiving vlans (t) on an interface, all of them should be tunneled with dot1q expect one vlan.
This vlan is for multicast and therefor should not have an additional tag.
Have only found solutions where the entire interface is tunneled.
Can I use native vlan any way?
Has anyone any ideas?
if the Vlan simply does not need to be propagated just use the allowed vlan list on CE side to skip it.
if you want the vlan to be propagated but without double tagging I would use a separate link for this.
I think it is safer and also easier to troubleshoot.
Note also that you have linked an ME 3400 configuration guide and your customer has a C4500.
there are restrictions about the type of supervisor and image feature set
however, the use of native vlan for L3 services could be possible:
>> IP routing is not supported on a VLAN that includes 802.1Q ports. Packets received from a tunnel port are forwarded based only on Layer 2 information. If routing is enabled on a switch virtual interface (SVI) that includes tunnel ports, untagged IP packets received from the tunnel port are recognized and routed by the switch. Customers can access the Internet through the native VLAN. If this access is not needed, you should not configure SVIs on VLANs that include tunnel ports.
the only limit you can only handle one vlan in this way. if later another vlan should be propagated without double 802.1Q tag you will a second link that is not an 802.1Q tunnel.
Hope to help