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To clear the private VLAN mapping, perform this task:. To display private VLAN configuration information, use the following commands:. Displays the features enabled on the switch. Displays information on all interfaces configured as switchports. The following example shows how to display the private VLAN configuration:. The following example shows how to display enabled features:. Skip to content Skip to footer.
Book Contents Book Contents. Find Matches in This Book. PDF - Complete Book 4. Updated: May 7, The promiscuous port can communicate with all interfaces, including the community and isolated host ports, that belong to those secondary VLANs associated to the promiscuous port and associated with the primary VLAN. You can have several promiscuous ports in a primary VLAN. You may want to do this for load-balancing or redundancy purposes. You can also have secondary VLANs that are not associated to any promiscuous port. This port has complete isolation from other ports within the same private VLAN domain, except that it can communicate with associated promiscuous ports.
Private VLANs block all traffic to isolated ports except traffic from promiscuous ports. Traffic received from an isolated port is forwarded only to promiscuous ports. You can have more than one isolated port in a specified isolated VLAN. Each port is completely isolated from all other ports in the isolated VLAN. Community ports communicate with other ports in the same community VLAN and with associated promiscuous ports.
These interfaces are isolated from all other interfaces in other communities and from all isolated ports within the private VLAN domain. Each isolated VLAN can have several isolated ports, and the traffic from each isolated port also remains completely separate. The ports within one community can communicate, but these ports cannot communicate with ports in any other community or isolated VLAN in the private VLAN.
This broadcast traffic is distributed to all ports within the primary VLAN, including those ports that are not configured with private VLAN parameters. When veterinary assistant Quinn Knepper sees Marty for the first time, his heart nearly stops. He's smitten, and Marty appears interested though shy.
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Figure 2. Magnitude of the coherence factor 19 for a particular random realization of the ideal electron attobunch described in the text. Three of the single electron spectra in figure 1 are also along these directions. Note that a considerable portion of this radiation is in the 2. Figure 3.
Other parameters are the same as for figure 1. Figure 4. The insets show the phases of the collective spectra in corresponding colors. In fact, all of these are explained by the coherence factor. The coherence factor 'amplifies' orders of magnitude stronger in the low-frequency part of the spectra than in their high-frequency part, which results in an apparent reduction of the frequency range of the spectrum. Nevertheless, the high-frequency part is still there, but much less amplified, i.
We note that although the term superradiance was introduced in quantum optics for a process which involves also an interaction between the emitters mediated by the field [ 54 ], here we have independent emitters and we use the term superradiance only to emphasize that the intensity of the emitted radiation depends quadratically on the number of electrons in the bunch [ 55 ].
Its dependence on the polar angles is almost negligible, i. We show the temporal pulse shapes of the collective radiation in figure 5 , based on the inverse Fourier-transform of the corresponding collective spectra of figure 4. Note also, that this pulse shape does not change considerably along the radiation directions with different polar angles and it is independent of the azimuthal angle, i.
Figure 5. We plot the dominant x- component of the electric field. Parameters are the same as for figure 1. Regarding the polarization of the pulse, the x- component of the electric field is at least 3 orders of magnitude larger than its z -component. For nonzero values of the azimuthal angle, the radiation has also a y component which is similar in magnitude to the z -component. However, E N , y t is not in phase with the dominant x- component which makes the polarization of the pulse nontrivial around the nodes of the x -component.
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Nevertheless, this can be easily corrected for in an experiment if one wishes to have perfect linear polarization. The above values of pulse energy and intensity are already high enough for state of the art pump—probe experiments. The quadratic dependence of these quantities on N in the superradiant parameter range may provide even larger values, if further increase in the number of electrons in the attobunch turns out to be feasible experimentally, but then the unavoidably increasing Coulomb repulsion between the electrons has to be taken into account.
Another way of increasing the pulse energy and intensity is to increase the intensity of the NIR pulse. Here we assume a cosine-type NIR pulse and a longer electron attobunch with the parameters corresponding to curve d in figure 2.
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Note also, that this longer electron attobunch generates lower intensity pulses than the one used in the case of figure 5. Figure 6. The inset shows the corresponding spectra. The electron bunch parameters correspond to curve d in figure 2. Based on the inset we see that, although the laser intensity is in the nonlinear regime, the collective spectra are actually the amplified linear peaks of the single electron spectra, due to the properties of the coherence factor. Since these peaks are also red-shifted and narrowed besides gaining more spectral intensity with increasing laser intensity, the resulting pulses get longer and have larger periods besides their increasing intensity.
In accordance with the spectra, the plots of figure 6 show that the intensity of the attosecond pulse increases nonlinearly with increasing NIR intensity up to a certain NIR intensity, while the pulse length increases only very moderately. These results suggest that there is an optimal NIR laser intensity for a given set of bunch parameters, which already yields the highest possible intensity of the attosecond pulse while its pulse length is still the shortest possible at that intensity.
This feature is explained by effect of the increasing laser intensity on the single electron spectra: besides the red-shift there is slight narrowing and decrease of the linear peaks, which are, on the other hand, more strongly amplified by the coherence factor. The subtle interplay between these changes results in the dependence on laser intensity described above.
Since this latter is an independent parameter in the solutions 5 — 7 , it is straightforward to calculate the pulse shapes emitted by the attobunch for any value of the CEP of the NIR laser pulse. This very simple relationship makes the CEP of these attosecond pulses easily controllable through the CEP of the NIR laser pulse, which is expected to have growing importance in attosecond pump and probe experiments. Figure 7.
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We have investigated the nonlinear Thomson-backscattering of a NIR laser pulse on an ideally treated relativistic electron bunch, based on an explicit analytic solution of the Newton—Lorentz equations which is valid for a frequently used laser pulse shape family. Our results show that an attobunch of 10 8 electrons having 5. Based on the analysis of the coherence factor, we also identified the important parameters of this superradiant process which may further enhance the pulse intensity.
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We found that the laser intensity can be increased up to an optimal value in the sense that the pulse intensity and energy increases nonlinearly but the pulse length increases only very moderately. Our results may promote further theoretical and experimental research on XUV—soft x-ray pulse sources based on Thomson-backscattering, and on the generation of isolated electron attobunches.