Best way to configure native vlan + another vlans in interface
If you mean you do not want vlan traffic at all to go to gi3/1 but you do want vlan 500 traffic to go to the subinterface then no i can't see a way to do this because you still need a trunk link to the router interface which means it will be passing vlan traffic ie. subinterface gi3/1.500 is still expecting tagged vlan traffic.
If you just mean you don't want tagged vlan traffic for vlan 510 then with the older setup you could actually do what you are proposing ie. the gi3/1 main interface would receive non tagged traffic for vlan 510 assuming the trunk was configured with that vlan as the native vlan.
However i 'm not sure you can do this anymore.
But if you simply want vlan 510 to be untagged then you can modfiy your config as follows -
encapsulation dot1q 510 native
which tells the subinterface that vlan510 is not going to be tagged. Obviously the trunk link needs to be configured with vlan 510 as the native vlan.
If this doesn't answer your question then please clarify.
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