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> I think Ben and I think alike on this one: having a destination > mac-oriented interface means you have multiple NIC's on the same > network with different MAC's, but with the same reliability. If > the physical interface dies, al the mac-vlan interfaces die. > Exactly what you need for a good implementation of VRRP. Of > course it is not a vlan group as you describe it. > I'm still not sure I understand this. Can you expand?
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