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Old 04-27-2016, 09:29 AM   #1
ARKSLACKBOX
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setting up VLAN


Dear all,
I am trying to configure a linuxbox with slackware 14.1 installed. I have to Ethernet cards and will use VLAN to rout the traffic between them. So my first problem is to configure a VLAN. My eth0 is connected to my ISP router and gets the IP from this. The rest of the network will be connected to eth1. I am new to this so I am a bit confused how this shall work and how to put it all together. Can you give me some clues?

I appreciate all help.

ARK
 
Old 04-27-2016, 03:34 PM   #2
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Normally like your case, you can create any VLAN interfaces against eth1. All traffic on eth1 can route to eth0 because default gateway is on eth0.
 
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