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Xen + VLAN on Debian

Here’s how I put a Xen DomU on a VLAN in Debian.
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eth0 is connected to a trunk port on the switch, and the untagged vlan is used for dom0 connectivity. You shoud already know how to do this part. Tagged VLANs are assigned to bridge groups on the dom0. In your /etc/network/interfaces do the following:

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