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1 matekamoris commented Permalink

Hi Anthony, <div>&nbsp;</div> I'm the guy behind chmod666.org, and i'd really want to thank for your support, i'm following your blog since a couple of year, and i'm really honored to be quoted here. Stay tuned for the part 2 of this post ;) <div>&nbsp;</div> Benoît.

2 AnthonyEnglish commented Permalink

Hi Benoît, <div>&nbsp;</div> Your post on this is really helpful. It's just the sort of information we need, with very helpful screen shots and explanations on why VLAN IDs are set the way they are. I'm looking forward to your next post. <div>&nbsp;</div> Thanks for reading my blog. It's great having this collaboration between AIX enthusiasts around the world. <div>&nbsp;</div> Merci beaucoup, <div>&nbsp;</div> Antoine

3 marcopolo commented Permalink

Anthony, <div>&nbsp;</div> thanks for sharing your discovery, cool post and info <div>&nbsp;</div> MarkD:-) <br />

4 AnthonyEnglish commented Permalink

You're very welcome. Thanks for popping by.

5 Mandeep(CMI) commented Permalink

I've found using 2 Virtual Switches w/ NIB on the Client LPARs to be the best approach for setting up Networking on VIO. It still allows me to use both VIO Servers for traffic (Specific VIO1 and VIO2 as primary and backup vice-versa when setting up the NIB) on a single VLAN.