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The 6to4 tunnel traffic is not forwarded in line rate when the tunnel outgoing port is trunk or general tagged.
Configure the tunnel port as an access or no switch port. To do this, follow the steps below:
Step 1. Log in to the switch web-based utility and go to VLAN Management > Interface Settings.
Step 2. Under the Interface Settings Table, click on the radio button of the tunnel port and then click Edit.
Note: In this example, GE46 is chosen.
Step 3. In the Edit Interface Settings window, verify that the marked interface is the one you have chosen in the previous page. Otherwise, choose the correct interface from the drop-down menu.
Step 4. Click the Access radio button in the Interface VLAN Mode to make the port an access port.
Step 5. Click Apply.
The Interface VLAN mode of the chosen port will now show Access under the Interface Settings Table.
Step 6. Click the blinking button to permanently save the settings.
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