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Old 01-19-2017, 07:16 AM   #1
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VLAN - Tagged and native vlan

Hi pals!

I'm running a debian inside HyperV 2016. The switch has the port set as trunk with 2 vlans:

vlan 1 - Unttagged
Vlan 500 - Tagged

I Have configured a 8021q vlan 500 to linux, so I have eth0 unttaged and eth0.500 tagged.
Eth0.500 works fine, and I can ping through machines at the same vlan. But the unttaged vlan doens't works. I get unreachable network even if I ping to the same subnet.
My hyper v recibies vlan 500 tagged and vlan 1 untagged and works fine at windows VM, but none of them has two interface. Just one as unttaged
Any idea and help, welcome
Thanks in advanced
Old 01-24-2017, 02:33 PM   #2
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Using tcpdump to capture packet on eth0 to see what packet is sent out on switch VLAN 1.
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