Subject: Re: 802.1Q & ETHER_MAX_LEN
To: John Hawkinson <jhawk@MIT.EDU>
From: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/04/2000 07:24:16
>| > I think bpf will choke with non-14byte encapsulation on
>| > DLT_EN10MB. I think we should inject:
>| I mean, bpf listeners expect to have 14byte encap on DLT_EN10MB.
>Eh? Surely you'll get the same effect with such a bpf listener
>on a machine that doesn't support 802.1Q that happens to be plugged into
>a network with 802.1Q frames, right? Sounds like "not-a-bug" to me.
but if i run tcpdump on vlan device (*not* on the parent device)
i'd expect to see normal frames, not the encapsulated frames...