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Re: no support for virtual interfases in openbsd bridging?
Rigormortis Zalman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> i have 802.1Q vlan tagging enabled on virtual interfase vlan0 and wanted
> to use openbsd as a bridge inbetween 2 lans with vlan0 and xl0 and it
> likes xl0 just fine but i get this when i try to add vlan0 to bridge0
bridging of vlan's is not currently supported, and I'm still trying
to figure out whether it will be.
> bash-2.04# brconfig bridge0 add vlan0
> brconfig: bridge0: vlan0: Invalid argument
> it adds xl0 fine though. looking at the kernel config i think it only
> supports 2 devices but vlan0 and xl0 are only 2. am i doing something
> wrong or is there a known workarround?
No, the pseudo-device entry for bridge being 2 means you can have 2 bridges
that operate independently. There is no upper limit on the number of
member interfaces per bridge.