[Users] Sharing VLANs between multiple VEs
timo.schoeler at riscworks.net
Wed Nov 18 09:18:09 EST 2009
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I have a scenario that leaves me sitting here, scratching my head
wondering whether I need to do some brigding or not:
There's my HN having two NICs, on both of them several VLANs are tagged.
VLAN123, for example, exists on both interfaces (eth0 and eth1,
respectively). This way I successfully created a VE that holds two veth
devices (eth0.123 and eth1.123).
Now, the constellation changed and I have the problem that I may have to
assign a VLAN/veth interface to *multiple* VEs, e.g.
should be accessable from VE 101, 102, and 103.
AFAICS I can only 'transfer' a single VLAN to a veth, so I could assign
eth0.123 to veth101.0. Could I still assign eth.123 to veth102.0 of VE
102, or do I have to do bridging then?
Thanks in advance,
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