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  • 1.  q-in-q on EAS-200

    Posted 03-02-2016 16:43
    Q in Q configuration


  • 2.  RE: q-in-q on EAS-200

    Posted 03-02-2016 16:45
    Hi Arturo,

    Can you please elaborate on your problem? Do you have VMAN already setup and it is not working? or are you looking for assistance with setting up VMAN?


  • 3.  RE: q-in-q on EAS-200

    Posted 03-02-2016 17:06
    Hi, Patrick

    my switch is a EAS 200 24p, the VMAN command is not support it in this unit, but the q-in-q command is support it.

    i put together a little lab to confirm if the q-in-q on this switches works but for some reason a can't get it to work.

    here is an image of my configuration

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    as describe in the configuration had book this is how q-in-q works.

    thanks for any help.


  • 4.  RE: q-in-q on EAS-200

    Posted 03-02-2016 17:25
    We need a network diagram with all the VLAN IDs that are used to check the configuration on the screenshot.


  • 5.  RE: q-in-q on EAS-200

    Posted 03-02-2016 17:25




  • 6.  RE: q-in-q on EAS-200

    Posted 03-03-2016 13:46



    Hi, Ronald hope this diagram helps. thanks


  • 7.  RE: q-in-q on EAS-200

    Posted 04-07-2016 12:38
    Hi Arturo, it looks like this thread has been left behind. Do you still need help from the community with this or have you been able to get QinQ working on the EAS?


  • 8.  RE: q-in-q on EAS-200

    Posted 06-06-2016 19:58
    q-in-q on eas works the same as on D-Link. After enabling q-in-q state, outer tpid changes to 0x88a8. You should change outer tpid on tagged/trunk ports to 0x8100 in order to work.


  • 9.  RE: q-in-q on EAS-200

    Posted 10-24-2021 19:51
    Tunnelling (aka Q-in-Q) is a technique often used by Metro Ethernet providers as a layer 2 VPN for customers. 802.1Q (or dot1q) tunnelling is pretty simple…the provider will put an 802.1Q tag on all the frames that it receives from a customer with a unique VLAN tag.