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Is it possible to connect RLM and e0M to different networks?

akw_white

Since you can't VLAN tag an RLM interface, and I have since discovered the hard way you can't VLAN tag e0M either, is there any means by which RLM and e0M can be connected to different IP networks, e.g, e0M on 192.168.1.0/24 and RLM on 192.168.2.0/24?

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aborzenkov

No today.

I agree that VLAN support for e0M/RLM would be a good thing. There is no reason to expect they are always on the same network. As simple as allowing VLAN tag on top of e0M would solve it.

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aborzenkov

No today.

I agree that VLAN support for e0M/RLM would be a good thing. There is no reason to expect they are always on the same network. As simple as allowing VLAN tag on top of e0M would solve it.

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akw_white

Yes it would be nice to have. Thanks for the response.

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