The ALOHA load balancer supports VLAN tagging and can be integrated in such an environment.
VLANs follow the rules below:
A physical interface can have its own IP configuration and a VLAN interface
The VLAN must be tagged on the switch
A VLAN interface can be created on top of a bond interface
Create a VLAN interface
To create a vlan interface, you have to create a new service network:
Browse the ALOHA WUI.
Open the Services tab.
Click Setup on the Network line.
Add a directive to create a new VLAN interface
service network eth<id>.<vlanid>
Create vlan 100 on eth0
service network eth0.100 ip address 192.168.100.11/24
Create vlan 200 on bond1
service network bond1.200 ip address 192.168.200.11/24
Apply the configuration:
If you just created the VLAN interface, click Restart on the network line.
If you just updated an existing VLAN interface, click Reload .
Configure a VLAN interface
You configure a VLAN interface in the same way as the physical interface.
All the documentation available in the IP configuration and VRRP pages also applies to VLAN interface.