S Vlan and C VLAN

Jimmy Hess mysidia at gmail.com
Sun Jul 28 23:26:30 UTC 2013

On 7/28/13, Yazan Jaber <yazan.jaber at newroztelecom.com> wrote:

"S-TAG" and "C-TAG"  are used exclusively for networks that need
double VLAN tagging, where S belongs to the provider and C belongs to
the customer.

Please see  IEEE 802.1ad standard,  and your network vendor's
documentation regarding their implementation of the standard.

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> Hi all,
> This is my first email to this great group, I want to as if anybody can help
> me in designing of the network in terms of S vlan and C vlan, what is
> differences and what is recommended for what and any useful data.
> Thanks,
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