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What is the correct tcpdump syntax that will capture vlan id?

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I need to validate traffic from a certain VLAN is coming thru one of my interfaces.

I would like to know the correct syntax - example if possible of how to capture using tcpdump

maybe something like:  tcpdump -nn -i eth1 vlan8...
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close: tcpdump -i eth0 vlan X (where X is your vlan id)
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