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SCE vlan translation with connection-mode inline on-failure bypass

Hi guys,

Can anyone tell me the behaviour of the SCE (1010 or 2020) in a failure scenario when configured with the following commands?

connection-mode inline on-failure bypass

VLAN translation increment value 5

While the SCE is in failure mode, will the VLAN increment between the SUB and NET ports still be applied (ie. applied in hardware while the control engine is being bypassed), or will all frames be passed from the SUB to the NET ports unaltered?

Regards,

Brett.

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SCE vlan translation with connection-mode inline on-failure bypa

Reading through the CLI :

int LineCard 0

connection-mode inline on-failure bypass

  VLAN translation ?                     

  decrement  Vlan will be decremented on network port and incremented on subscriber port

  increment  Vlan will be incremented on network port and decremented on subscriber port

So on traffic that is either coming in on either the network side or sub side will get either incremeneted or decremented for vlan translation.

Is there a need to do this ? what scenario are you considering using it in ? if the traffic is bypassed as is shown why you need to further massage it ?

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