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Re: [opensuse] Adelantado networking documentación

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Adelantado networking documentación
From: Per Jessen <per@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 16 Apr 2012 18:32:32 +0200
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James *Knott escribió:

> Por *Jessen escribió:
>> James *Knott escribió:
>>
>>> Es allí muy adelantado *networking documentación para *openSUSE, para
>>> cosas como *VLANs, puentes *etc.?  El encima-documentación de línea
>>>  no
>>> haber  mucho en esto.
>>>
>>> *tnx 2*jk
>> no es realmente un *openSUSE tema específico - probar *http://*tldp.*org.
>>
>>
> 
> De hecho, al menos uno de las cuestiones es al menos *KDE específico, que
> es cómo puede *VLANs ser habilitado en el *KDE4 Director de Red? 

*Ah, *okay - no puede ayudar con aquello, nunca #utilizar. 

> En cuanto a otras cuestiones, preferiría *info específico a *openSUSE, cuando
> aquello es lo que utilizo y ha encontrado las soluciones genéricas no trabajan también
> tan específico unos.  Por ejemplo, añadiendo un *VLAN con el *IFUP
> el método es trivial en *Yast, pero *fairly implicó, si sigues las
> instrucciones genéricas. 

Lo encuentro es a menudo al revés :-)  lo adivino depende en
vuestra aproximación - siempre he encontrado la información no específica para ser de mucho
mejor calidad (en material como *lvs, múltiple *routing mesas,
tráfico *shaping, *iptables *etc). 


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James Knott wrote:

> Per Jessen wrote:
>> James Knott wrote:
>>
>>> Is there any advanced networking documentation for openSUSE, for
>>> things such as VLANs, bridges etc.?  The on-line documentation
>>> doesn't
>>> have  much on this.
>>>
>>> tnx 2jk
>> It's not really an openSUSE specific topic - try http://tldp.org.
>>
>>
> 
> Actually, at least one of the questions is at least KDE specific, that
> is how can VLANs be enabled in the KDE4 Network Manager? 

Ah, okay - can't help with that, I never use it. 

> As for other questions, I would prefer info specific to openSUSE, as
> that's what I use and have found the generic solutions don't work as
> well as specific ones.  For example, adding a VLAN with the IFUP
> method is trivial in Yast, but fairly involved, if you follow the
> generic instructions. 

I find it is often the other way around :-)  I guess it depends on your
approach - I have always found the non-specific information to be of
much better quality (on stuff like lvs, multiple routing tables,
traffic shaping, iptables etc). 


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