[quagga-users 9415] Re: vlan support

Ted Kaczmarek tedkaz at optonline.net
Mon Mar 3 19:45:38 GMT 2008


Would have to be a very old kernel to not have 8021q module.

The biggest issue is will your nic card support the tags, any recent  
Linux kernel (last 5 years) should work fine.

Many cheap cards will not be able to send the tagged frame.

Regards,
Ted


On Mar 3, 2008, at 5:24 PM, stratos wrote:

> go to www.kernel.org
> use for example kerenl 2.6.24
> and build your own kernel
> somewhere in in the networking section
> you can switch on vlan support
>
> for example if you use a linksys wireles lan router with dd-wrt
> there is a quagga behind it and with the graphical interface you can
> also define vlans
> I have seen it yesterday
>
> but for better understanding you do it with your favorite editor.
> I am also working on it
>
> cu Michael
>
>
>
> Quagga is not supporting vlan but linux is supporting vlan with 3com
>         networkcard just have a look in the kernelsourcen.
>         so you define subinterfaces to a specific vlan and the
>         subinterface
>         ip can be given to ospf or what else what you want
>
>         cu michapdm
>
> Am Montag, den 03.03.2008, 15:00 -0500 schrieb chloe K:
>> Hi
>>
>> ls quagga supporting vlan? Could you give me example to set it up?
>>
>> ls it configuration in OS level? or in quagga?
>>
>> have you had experience?
>>
>> When i reboot the linux, do we need to reboot the switch to make the
>> vlan reworking?
>>
>> Thank you again
>>
>>
>>
>>
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Ted Kaczmarek
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