I haven't had the opportunity to play with m0n0's VLAN support yet, so
please be patient if I'm asking any dumb questions.
My understanding is that from a firewall/NAT/ruleset point of view
m0n0wall treats VLANs as seperate ethernet devices? -- Is that correct?
Do I still need seperate WAN and LAN NICs, or can they be VLANs on the
same NIC? -- The goal is simply to free up a few ports on my switch
(Which has both 802.1q and port-based VLAN support).
Since I'm running 100Mb NICs, and only have 5Mb/1Mb of bandwidth
available it's impossible for me to even come close to choking a single
NIC, so I don't see a significant speed problem here.
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