[EFM] Re: [802.1] Acceptable frame types issue
This message from Norm bounced, so I am forwarding it on his behalf.
At 12:34 PM 9/18/2003 -0700, Norman Finn wrote:
>The two VLANs VI and VO are configured for
>Shared Learning in all bridges. Thus, the routers can talk to each other
>and to the $ub$cribers on VLAN VO, and the $ub$cribers can talk to the
>routers on VLAN VI, but the $ub$cribers cannot talk to each other.
Just like the normal situation in an 802.3 EFM/EPON without Point-to-Point
>This kind of setup is very useful for reducing the number of VLANs needed in
>a Layer 2 Provider's network that is connecting ISPs to $ub$cribers; one
>VLAN per $ub$criber does not scale sufficiently for many Providers'