Dominique Rousseau <d.rousseau@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Le Wed, Nov 21, 2007 at 06:29:46PM +0100, Sebastian Reitenbach
[sebastia@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] a écrit:
> > I added a bridge1 in the dom0, created a vlan interface on the dom0,
> > that to the bridge1. Then I added a second interface to the domU,
> > it to the bridge1.
> > Now I have a bridge0, where I can communicate with untagged vlan
> > and a bridge1 that allows me to communicated with the domU with tagged
> > packets.
> > For all the vlan's I want to use, I have to create a bridge interface on
> > dom0.
> > This is working.
> That's only way I managed to get VLANs to work with vifs.
ok, than it seems the way to go.
> A few months ago, there was a thread on the subject, there is some MTU
> limit in the vif code that don't allow tagged frames (that are larger
> thant 1500 bytes) to go through.
I've seen that thread, but I did not tried to lower the MTU on the vlan
interfaces on the domU, because I thought, the vlan headers are not arriving
there, it would make no difference.
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