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SubjectRe: [VLAN] Should VLANs be devices or something else?
I agree with the device vote.  Also, if the interface to the vlan devices
are similar enough to ethernet that the bonding driver can easily
incorperate them, then you can get bonded (a.k.a. redundant) trunks for
cheap. This would lead to linux becoming a more robust router in practice.

-Peter

On Wed, Jun 20, 2001 at 09:21:55AM +0200, Sander Steffann wrote:
> Hi Ben & all,
>
> > Should VLANs be devices or some other thing?
>
> VLANs should be devices IMHO. It 'feels' right, and I think it's what most
> (if not all) users expect them to be.
>
> Bye,
> Sander.
>
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