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[VLAN] Multi-vlan on linux

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This is my scenario:
I've got a server, and clients with different vlans. They don't see each 
other, but must see the server. If my server were a Windows, I just put 
it on vlan 0 and it see every client vlan and they see the server also. 
The thing is that the server is linux, and adding vlan interfaces (I 
also use several IP ranges), is complicated to mantain, and I don't know 
how efficient is having multiples virtual interfaces (let say 1000).
That's why I want to create a "multi-vlan interface".

Thanx.
Lucas from Argentina.
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