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SubjectRe: VLAN and Network Drivers 2.4.x
> Von: <davem@redhat.com>
> Gesendet: 29.04.2002 06:00
>
> Will you at least listen to what my proposed solution is?
> It has precisely the same effect your proposal has.
> Let me say it for millionth time:
> Networking sets "can't VLAN" by default in device flags,
> if device driver clear it we can do VLAN. So by default
> device is marked as not VLAN capable.
> This is exactly the behavior you are asking for. There
> is no fundamental difference between your scheme and mine
> except that I am being required to retype a description
> of mine a million times.

Sorry, i didn't got it. Now its clear. I missed that the device
flags are set in the networking code too and not only
in the driver. I apologize me for the former posts.

Greetings

Jochen Dolze

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