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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Ticket #5415, comment 3


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01/14/13 13:46:44 (15 months ago)
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  • Ticket #5415, comment 3

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    66Using tcpdump on host's VLAN interface, I see the ARP request from the guest, and the ARP reply from a machine on the network (that has passed the HP switch), but the ARP reply is never dumped by tcpdump on the guest OS' VLAN interface. 
     7eth0 on the host sees one untagged VLAN's traffic, and several tagged VLANs without any problems. (So it's not a "clean" trunk, one VLAN is sent untagged.) 
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    89If I instead bridge host OS' VLAN interface (such as eth0:100) to guest OS' second NIC (eth1), then I can configure eth1 in the guest and have perfect communication. Ie, the guest OS talks to the VLAN on eth1 as were it untagged. This is the fallback/workaround solution I'm using now in production. (I just pray I won't ever need to use more than 8 VLANs in a guest OS.) 

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