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Re: [zebra 6702] zebra + openbsd interfaces problem
> We should check it on OpenBSD 2.8. Currently I only have OpenBSD
> So I'll update it. Would you mind to give me small example how to
> configure VLAN on OpenBSD box?
[Apologies for any poor formatting or headers in this mail - I am
using the only mail interface available to me just now]
OpenBSD 2.8 should be the same as 2.7 (I think):
ifconfig dc0 up
ifconfig vlan0 10.0.0.1 netmask 0xffffff00 vlan 2 vlandev dc0 up
Then plug dc0 (or whatever) into an 802.1Q switch (or even back to
back into another *bsd box for trunking).
I think, but cannot know for sure, that the vlan interfaces should
just be seen through the normal routeing socket interface as any other
BTW The GENERIC kernel does not support vlan interfaces - add
'pseudo-device vlan4' and rebuild. Or in my case 'vlan64'.
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