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[VLAN] Multiple Trunks

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On Thu, Jul 06, 2006 at 11:26:17AM -0500, Jason R. Park wrote:
> We are currently using Linux VLANs in our network and doing inter-VLAN 
> routing.  We would like to add more redundancy and were thinking that we 
> could build a mesh by adding multiple trunks from our "routers" to the 
> switches.  We are having problems getting this to work.  Is it possible 
> to utilize multiple trunks on a Linux box with the same vlans on each?

Sure, but you'll have to bridge between them explicitly. (If you want
to bridge everything, just bridge the physical interfaces.)

This is a good because all physical LANs may not use the same VLAN
tags.


//Peter

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