Is it possible to bridge aliased interfaces? And use their standard "parent" interfaces independently with full functionality?
Here's the scenario: I have a Linux based firewall and router with two interfaces (
eth1). I would like to bridge for IPv4 traffic and route for IPv6 traffic using just these interfaces.
Would it be possible to setup
eth1 for IPv6 routing and forwarding, while at the same time bridging
eth1:1 as a "passthrough" IPv4 bridge (all of the IPv4 routing is done on other side of this machine) so I can setup packet filtering rules both on the bridge and on the standard