What is difference between QinQ and selective QinQ ?

We need to configure selective QinQ VLAN trunk between our setup.

Please help in selective QinQ .

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  • You will need to provide your device models and configurations for help with configuration.
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  • We are going to use Brocade MLX/CER device for selective Q-in-Q.can we acheive selective q-in-q using these models? Apr 6 '17 at 5:55
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QinQ is a method to tag already tagged frames with an outer frame. It is like a layer-2 tunneling on a trunk. Selective QinQ allows you to tag some of the tagged frames, but not others.

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