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comment Cisco and Linux and Vlans
Access worked fine, trunking did not. The goal was to have three or more VLANs, each with their own subnet, terminating on the Linux box. The solution/workaround was to ensure each VLAN on the Linux side had a distinct MAC address.
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revised Cisco and Linux and Vlans
Describe solution, formatting fix
Aug
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comment Cisco and Linux and Vlans
Now that's interesting (the annoying kind of interesting) - It shows up in "show arp," but not in "show mac address table 37..."
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comment Cisco and Linux and Vlans
Wireshark on linux often can not show the VLAN tags, and unfortunately, such is the case here. See new footnote [6] in edited question above.
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comment Cisco and Linux and Vlans
The former - The linux machine should have multiple non-overlapping IP addresses, each in their own VLAN. Main body edited to clarify this.
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revised Cisco and Linux and Vlans
Added more detail in response to comments from Antoine, Pepoluan, Handyman, and Chuck.
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comment Cisco and Linux and Vlans
The end goal is to have multiple VLANs terminating on the Linux system ; I first have to get one working ;)
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