I'm trying to understand why you assign a VLAN to a VR, instead of an interface, which is what I you would expect. Why does EXOS work that way?
How I would imagine it to work:
* Create user VR-A
* Go into VR-A and say "i want it to have an interface in VLAN 10 with IP x"
* Also say "i want it to have an interface in VLAN 20 with IP y" (so the VR will route between VLANs 10 and 20)
Further you could:
* Create a second user VR-B
* Go into VR-B and say "i want it to have an interface in VLAN 10 (same as above), this time with IP z (same IP range, or a secondary address)"
I have not tried if you can actually accomplish this... for now I am wondering why it works using VLANs and not interfaces/IPs...
This question arose because we were wondering whether you would be able to assign different secondary IP address of an interface to different VRs? Is it possible?