The version running is 12.2(33)SXI2a. It has the appropriate cards, so just need to verify this version has the commands. I dont have direct access to ty them myself, nor attempt to walk someone through on a production switch.
To map the traffic arriving on the VLAN original-vlan-id to the VLAN translated-vlan-id and the traffic that is internally tagged with the VLAN translated-vlan-id with the VLAN original-vlan-id before leaving the port, use the switchportvlanmapping command in interface configuration mode. To clear the mapping between a pair of VLANs or clear all the mappings that are configured on the switch port, use the no form of this command.
One last question. Using this configuration on the switchport connected to a router as a trunk port, packets on Vlan 20 will be translated to vlan 3967.
switchport vlan mapping 20 3907
The interface on the router, configured to do L2TPv3 tunneling(which is already tested and confirmed working on 3907), should allow servers on VLAN 20 to work with servers on the same IP subnet on Vlan 3907?
The interface on the router would be configured as
Hi I faced an issue where i van apply the vlan mapping on the physical interface but not on the port channel.With physical interface the vlan transaltion working fine but when i add the physiacl ports into portchannel it fails.Any idea what is missing , appreciate if you guys can answer.
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