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I need clarification:
VLAN Interfaces in XG give the advantage to use multiple (tagged) VLANs on one physical interface.
But how to use it when having an virtual XG on Hyper-V.
I think I also need to tag my NIC device in Hyper-V. Otherwise I get no connection to my VLAN environment. But there I can take only 1 VLAN tag.
Using a physical XG (XG210) and added a VLAN there (same Router!) I get a ping al once.
So I need to assign the network adapter more than one time to my (virtual) XG (once for every VLAN).
But then I don't need to use VLAN interfaces any more.
Come on guys.
It can be done, but the way Hyper-V treats tagged VLAN packets on a virtual NIC is a little maddening to me.
I think the two ways you can go about it are either: