Virtual LAN(vlan) is a technique to create isolated broadcast and multicast domains at layer2 level.

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Untagged interface in Linux?

I know how to create a tagged interface in linux using vconfig like eth1.10 which makes it receive and send tagged packets. Is it possible to create an interface which receives and sends untagged ...
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Valid iptables Firewall on DD-WRT to access Internet on a Virtual Access Point

Device: Linksys WRT54G v5.1 Firmware: DD-WRT v24-sp2 (07/22/09) micro - build 12548M NEWD Eko I use this router as an AP with 2 SSIDs (Private wl0 + Guest wl0.1) and I connect it to a switch ...
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Add vlan to interface with unique mac - different syntax for different Linux distros

I need to add a subinterface to an existing interface, which is on a VLAN. Furthermore, the subinterface must have it's own MAC address. Through the man pages I found this syntax which works fine on ...
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Interface on Linux for IP range to divide incoming traffic

In order to divide incoming traffic I use the "ip link" command: ip link add link eno1 name eno1.vlan10 type vlan id 10 I want to do the same for a network range, so that I have a named interface ...
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Remove IP address from interface with VLANs

On Arch Linux, I have a single physical ethernet interface on 2 VLANs (3 and 7) with static IP addresses for the VLANs and a DHCP address for the 'main' ethernet interface. Is there a way for me to ...
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iptables / VLAN: interface names

I have just started working with VLANs. My memory was VLAN interface names are the interface name plus dot plus the VLAN ID. And that is what vconfig offers. After some (successful) manual tests I ...
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linux vlan bridge feature backport to 2.6 kernels

The VLAN-aware bridge was introduced to the Linux mainline on the 3.x kernels, according to this article on lwn: VLAN filtering/VLAN aware bridge Has this feature been backported to the 2.x kernels ...
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Archlinux VLAN internet access virtualbox

I need to configure Openstack on a Virtual Machine and for that I created an VLAN to support communication between controller and nodes. The problem is that I need internet access on this VLAN to ...
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scp between two servers not in the same network

There are two server that I can access with 2 different VPN connections. I have managed to have both VPN working on the same time on my machine (a bit of routing rules). I want to do a scp ...
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Vlan not connected to one network virtual machine to another network virtual machine

I created two ubuntu vm and I installed dhcp server on both the vm's. I configured the interfaces file and geting the ip address for vm1:10.192.1.2 and vm2:10.192.2.3 I have 24ports Switch. Now I ...
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Debian VLAN (8021q) Configuration doesn't work

I try to setup VLANs on a virtual Debian machine. It's connected to an Cisco 2960 Switch. The Switch has 3 VLANs (1,100,200) which're allowed the pass the trunk. The Switch Configurations was tested ...
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How can i set-up VIOs multiple VLANs in our p770 box?

There's a requirement setup needs to address to our pSeries box. We have one p770 box intended to setup UAT and Development VM Clients, but the requirement is to set different VLANs per Environment ...
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In which vlan am I in?

My question: are there any methods to detect that in which vlan I am? Can tcpdump show this? Or can I force a GENERAL switch to say to me?
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How do you set a vlan priority on a nic in freeBSD?

This question could arguably be posted on both networking.stackexchange and unix.stackexchange. I'll start here. I have a freeBSD (pfsense 2.1) server running as a router on google fiber. In order ...
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Creating VLANs between network namespaces

I want to implement the topology shown in the figure below using network namespaces (ns1 to ns4). ...
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Bridge interfaces with Vlan on Linux based access point

I have a Linux based wireless access point. It has eth0 interface for ethernet, ath0 for wireless and br-wan as a bridge between the two. bridge name bridge id STP enabled ...
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How to setup VLAN on same subnet as Ethernet ?

I have a physical NIC with dev name eth0 with ip 192.168.1.2 and gateway 192.168.1.1 and I want to setup a VLAN with ip 192.168.1.x and same gateway as eth0. Setting up the VLAN runs smoothly and I ...
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Boot in rescue mode with vlan support in RHEL

I am trying to restore RHEL OS (5.3.1.1) from network, where we have VLANs configured on our switches. So the only way to get to shared folder on remote server with backup image is to configure VLAN. ...
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What happens if you add a vlan-device to an interface that already is a vlan device?

When configuring an application that creates vlans by using vconfig add, I discovered that it was adding a vlan device to something that was already a vlan device. Effectively, what happened was: # ...
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Private vlan concept (rfc 5517)

I'm learing vlan concept and came around private vlan rfc. I think that i understand the reason and implication of isolated domain, but i'm not sure that i understand the community domain. ...
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Why does adding a non-VLANed interface to a bridge break the VLANed interfaces?

I'm working with VLANs on briges and have found that if I add a non-VLAN interface to any bridge, it breaks all the VLAN interfaces - packets leave just fine, but the return packets (which are ...
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Private VLAN's under Linux?

http://blog.ine.com/2008/07/14/private-vlans-revisited/ Has anyone tried private vlan's under Linux? Any experiences with them? My real question is does anybody have howtos regarding this?