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what is the subinterface's mechanism ?

How it works ? Can I think it as a time-division model?

Thank you!

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Re: what is the subinterface's mechanism ?

I can't say if it is a time division model, as it isn't multiplexing as such.

To the best of my knowledge, sub-ifs are dependant upon different frame type (ethernet) or different DLCI (frame relay) etc... Generally speaking, multiple encapsulation can be used on a physcial interface and each encap divided into logical interfaces. There is no "timeslot" that a packet falls into when sending/receiving on a sub-if.

Mick.

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Re: what is the subinterface's mechanism ?

Hi,thank you your reply.Can you give me some advices or some references about the "sub-ifs"?

Where can I find the resources about "sub-ifs"?

Thank you!

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Re: what is the subinterface's mechanism ?

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