How much PA support vlan subinterface using vlan tagging and logical L3 interface?

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How much PA support vlan subinterface using vlan tagging and logical L3 interface?

L3 Networker

Dear Master.

I know that PAN device can support 802.1q vlan tagging and logical vlan L3 interface. so I tried to find that a single physical interface how much support logical sub-interface when using logical vlan L3 interface and vlan tagging (like a cisco trunk ) but could not find answer from some document and live community.

Please give me answer how much PAN device support logical sub-interface from a single physical interface using 802.1q vlan tagging and logical vlan L3 interface.

Thank you.

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L5 Sessionator

There are 4094 sub-interfaces per physical interface, which is also the maximum allowed per device.  The capacity is the same across all device platforms.

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L5 Sessionator

There are 4094 sub-interfaces per physical interface, which is also the maximum allowed per device.  The capacity is the same across all device platforms.

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Thanks a lot. Smiley Happy

The platform supports a total of 4094 VLANs.

Those VLANs can be all on one interface or distributed across several interfaces but no more than 4094 vlans can be created.

Steve Krall

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