Re: Bridge between switch and router + VLAN issue

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On Tue, 5 Oct 2010 13:46:31 +0530
krunal patel <krunal.raj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi,
> There is one setup i am not able to complete.
> I am putting bridge between a VLAN aware switch and a router with VLAN's.
> All hosts are behind VLAN switch and their gateway is router.
> All works well when there are no VLANs.
> br0
> |--------eth0
> |--------eth1
> When VLAN tags are added and passed to bridge, for forwarded traffic
> it works well.
> Now, if i want to do transparent proxy i have to create vlan devices
> for eth0, eth1 and add them to bridge
> br0
> |--------eth0
> |--------eth1
> |--------eth0.2
> |--------eth1.2
> Problem here is, on one side of bridge router is there which gives
> same mac for different tagged and untagged traffic. So bridge only
> learns one mac. So some tagged frame entered into bridge and if we do
> transparent proxy on it. Frames generated by proxy to router goes
> untagged or with different tag.
> To do proxy and handle vlan tag i have to add vlan interfaces into
> same bridge but vlan tags are not same.

This isn't going to work because it creates a loop.  eth0 sees
both tagged and untagged frames and eth0.2 sees tagged frames

In recent kernels vlan 0 is supposed to work as way to manage
untagged frames. Maybe using:


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