We have a Linux server that we migrated from vlan 1 to a new vlan (vlan 10). the cisco switch was configured as an access port and the physical server works fine when plugged into the access port. However, the Linux server also has a VM and this server is acting a host---so it has vnet0 that takes over instead of eth0. I've reconfigured the switch port on the cisco switch as a Trunk port since vnet0 wants a trunk, but not sure what I need to change on the vnet0 properties. I know I need to configure tagging on the virtual switch (vnet0) to properly communicate over a TRUNK port to support multiple VLAN----but what's the process for it? cmd's etc to run on the Linux machine---(not as familiar with Linux as I am with windows).