I have a vlan trunk connection to my computer.
Inside, there are two tagged vlans:
- vlan1, DHCP from an OpenWRT router
- vlan2, DHCP from ISP
I want my Fedora host to using vlan1 IPs, while allowing one of its libvirtd guest to use vlan2 IPs.
My ISP is allowing me two connections: OpenWRT is using one, and I want to make one libvirtd guest to use the second. (Both sets of IPs are working, when I configured my Fedora host to use the second link.)
Under this trunk port connection, how can I make Fedora host use vlan1 only, and make one guest to use vlan2?
I found this document
So now I need to “translate” the details for a Fedora 32 setup, without bonding.