[CentOS] Kickstart from tagged VLAN?

Fri Jul 2 08:26:03 UTC 2010
Finnur Örn Guðmundsson <finnzi at finnzi.com>

  On 2.7.2010 04:46, Scott Beardsley wrote:
>>>>  From start to finish anaconda needs to pick up a dynamic address
>>>> from vlan 100. After that the kickstart file specifies the static
>>>> adress from vlan100 and it's address from the backup subnet.
>>>> Anyone know if this is currently possible? If so any nod in the
>>>> right direction would be appreciated
>> I dunno how you'd get the BIOS to do a PXE boot off a vlan.
> I remember running into this a while ago. I think most multi-layer
> switches can have a default VLAN that untagged packets will go to. Check
> the docs for your switch.
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On Cisco switches it would be called "native vlan" if i remember correctly:

One way of doing it (if using Cisco :):

interface GigabitEthernet0/1
  description nodeX
  switchport trunk native vlan 100
  switchport trunk allowed vlan 100,101
  switchport mode trunk
  spanning-tree portfast trunk
  spanning-tree bpdufilter enable