Re: bridges and vlans...
On 05/30/11 13:29, Alexander wrote:
>> On 5/30/2011 8:06 AM, Alexander wrote:
>>> Hello. On FreeBSD host system I have the following
>>> on physical interface I created vlan, connected it
>> to bridge, created epair and added it end to bridge. In such way I
>> can connect several jailed systems (VNET) to one vlan, providing
>> one virtual interface to each jail.
>>> I'm trying to achieve this functionality on
>> OpenIndiana system (oi_151) so that severals zones could be
>> connected to one vlan with own vnic, but I didn't managed yet. I
>> can't create vnic based on vlan and can't bridge vlan...
>> Bridges exist logically below the level of VLANs, so you can't
>> really just bridge two distinct VLANs together. It doesn't make
>> sense, at least to me.
> Let me try to explain in more details. I'd like to create the
> following configuration:
> physicalInterface => vlanInterface<=> bridge<=> etherstub<=>
> VirutalInterfaces for zones
> In such way I'd like to achieve the following: each zone has
> exclusive ip stack and multiple zones can be in one vlan, which is
> seen from outside. It seems, that most of our tasks can be solved
> with usual configuration (shared ip stack), but on our FreeBSD hosts
> such configuration (exclusive ip stack + bridge per vlan) is quite
> convinient. I was suprised that I can't achive similar configuration
> on Solaris host.