[rbridge] Shared VLAN learning: What is it and why should we care?
Eric Gray (LO/EUS)
eric.gray at ericsson.com
Tue Apr 3 06:17:59 PDT 2007
I'm with you on that, but I doubt that a single diagram
would suffice to describe the many different things that people
are talking about. Trying to come up with a single diagram to
include all of the issues would result in a diagram too complex
to be useful in most cases.
You may have seen the simplistic one I provided to show
the potential problems that might arise from using inter-VLAN
Proxy ARP with RBridges - if one does not take into account a
real-world possibility that this may be done already using the
techniques that are deployed today. But does that one serve
to illustrate the other problems discussed in this thread? I
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> why should we care?
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> > Argh! I'm really confused.
> Could we have a network diagram posted someplace on a web site? I'm
> finding this hard to follow from text descriptions.... ??
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