Lets say you are using vlans to not only segment traffic, but priortize
traffic as well. So a double tagged vlan, would give you the ability to
create  A vlan for segmentation and a VLAN within that vlan for
priortization, for additional segmentation as well.

I could be wrong though.



On 6/9/06 7:50 AM, "Butch Evans" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Fri, 9 Jun 2006, John Scrivner wrote:
>> Can you or someone explain what double VLAN is? I have never heard of such a
>> thing. How can it be used to help us?
> Not having read the entire thread, I'm assuming the term "double
> VLAN" refers to the ability to create a VLAN (or many) that each
> have VLANs inside them.  There are some places where this may be
> needed, but it can get to be an extremely complex network.

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